Mortgage application volume rose this week, as did the portion of applications that were refinances, hitting a three-year high.
Housing has shown tiny signs of improvement, triggering hopeful forecasts, but the return to pre-crash normal is a long road ahead.
Although home prices in America continue to rise, will foreign investment in American housing continue?
In studying several years of foreclosure data, the AARP has concluded that borrowers over 50 are at an increased risk of foreclosure.
Are lowering inventory levels good or bad for housing? Are reduced sales a good sign or not? Is housing recovering, or are these just signs of...
Mortgage rates are low, and prices are rising, but with inventory falling, supply is tightening up, leaving buyers with limited options.
Applications for mortgage refinancing skyrocketed this week, as concerns about the economy continue, and homeowners continue to lean on HARP refinance loans.
According to the NAHB, more builders are feeling confident about the market, but because of where the readings are, this is not exactly the comeback it...
Although home prices see recovery, giving hope to underwater borrowers, CoreLogic and AGBeat continue to hesitate in calling a housing comeback.
Trulia examines how housing markets and politics intersect and how each candidate must address housing.
As mortgage interest rates fall, buyers are entering the market, despite difficulties in qualifying. Housing is showing signs of stabilization, but a full recovery is still...
In a surprising move, one California county is hoping to invoke eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages and resell them for a profit.
In a heartbreaking story, a widow talks about how her husband changed after being served a wrongful eviction notice.
FICO and CoreLogic say their more predictive mortgage credit score is designed to help lenders safely grow mortgage origination volumes.
The battle between Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and various government entities continues, each taking a different approach on the battlefield.
Trulia reports asking prices have risen this month, with strengthening markets at risk of being set back by foreclosures continue to flood the market.
A battered real estate market is showing signs of health as home prices improve, but the path to recovery is a long one - home prices...
Construction spending is improving, particularly in the residential real estate sector, which could add to the nation's growth for the first time since 2005.
As a sign of contracts that will close in the future, a dip in applications is a potential dip in closings in coming months, an unwelcome...
New reports reveal that jumbo loans that are underwater are nearly impossible to refinance, leaving some homowners feeling alienated.
The NAHB says new data shows that student loan debt is hurting homeownership and the middle class and could hurt an overall economic recovery.
For the third month in a row, home prices have edged up ever so slightly, according to new FHFA data.
Although sales of all types of construction slipped in May, the NAR explains that tightening inventory is to blame.
Trulia Chief Economist, Dr. Jed Kolko notes that renewed optimism is not without reason, but the pendulum may have swung to far as expectations do no...
While it is no secret that vacancies are down and rents are up, Freddie Mac's outlook is far from conservative.
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