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There are still tens of thousands of homeowners who have missed more than five years of mortgage payments. And according to an interesting legal quirk, they might be able to keep their homes for free now.
The median home price in San Francisco is pushing close to $1 million. (Dr. Evil nods in agreement.) And their early reading for February suggests the markets they survey are strengthening.
Home prices are slowing -- they grew on an annualized basis but month-to-month they dropped. But the big problem is what's happening with home prices versus wages. Find out why this means trouble.
Despite marked improvement in the economy since the end of the housing crisis, millions of Americans are still on the brink of foreclosure due to a lack of savings. How bad is it?
In addition to recently adding Robin Gilmore as executive vice president of operational strategy and Joann Berger as underwriting manager, Parkside also announced the additions of Gail Dolton as general counsel, Laurie Spira as chief compliance officer and Jo-Ann Krueger as closing manager.
The researchers at The Urban Institute have a new report worth a look. It’s a critical read if you’re going to understand mortgage default rates. Here’s what they have to say.
Zillow once feared losing a “few hundred thousand” out of the 3.6 million listings on Zillow when the Listhub agreement ends on April 7, but thanks to a set of newly signed direct listing agreements, Zillow and Trulia are now saying that they’re about to host more listings than ever before.
The way things have been trending, commercial lenders don’t have much – wait for it – interest in mortgage loans. Is the sector going to continue to wane?
Ben Bernanke has gone from being the most powerful conjurer at that Hogwarts known as the Federal Reserve to being a lowly blogger for the Brookings Institute.
Clayton Holdings announced it acquired Red Bell Real Estate, and its sister company, Main Street Valuation. According to the president of Clayton, this will serve as the platform and the foundation for new initiatives within the broader real estate market.
Before there was the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, mortgage brokers were already getting their house in order, NAMB says. It’s time to stop talking like it’s 2007, they charge.
While the overall risk index ebbed slightly in February, the risk index for Fannie, Freddie, FHA and VA loans all hit series highs. Worried?
As it turns out, ING's risk exposure in the United States isn't yet finished. The Supreme Court of the United States revived a class action case accusing ING Groep NV of illegally hiding the risks of mortgage-backed securities.
Good news for the industry, especially given that 2015 is off to a bad start for housing in terms of housing starts, completions and permits. Pending home sales in February surged to their highest level since June 2013, continuing the record high set last month.
ComplianceEase, a provider of automated compliance solutions, acquired the assets of Mortgage Banking Systems, a provider of mortgage document preparation and closing software solutions.
Sierra Pacific Mortgage announced it licensed Alight Mortgage Lending, a unique financial optimization application that will help the company’s plans for future growth.
Home prices flat-lined in January, according to Black Knight Financial Services. But there were peaks and valleys in a variety of housing markets. Here’s the skinny.
Both the U.S. economy and the housing market are poised for a robust start to 2015, making it critically important to be properly positioned for the potential growth. Are you applying these tips?
Housing and mortgage finance has had a rough time so far this year. This week could be the week it turns, or the week that turns on the industry. Either way, we’ll still have baseball.
Home evictions can uncover any number of problems, but an eviction in Detroit led to a very disturbing crime scene and the arrest of a mother.