Serious mortgage defects have been on the rise ever since the implementation of TRID in October 2015. Now, finally, they’re on the decline again
Democratic lawmakers have been harshly critical of the nomination of Dr. Ben Carson to head up HUD, citing the retired neurosurgeon’s lack of expertise. But housing industry leaders are taking a more hopeful view
Standard & Poor's may complete a huge settlement with regulators over accusations it knowingly inflated its ratings of risky mortgage investments during the run up to financial crisis as early as Monday.
Wells Fargo Bank officials have vowed to reopen its popular corporate museum in downtown San Francisco after three robbers smashed a stolen SUV through its front door and made off with historic gold rush nuggets.
Nearly half of all American households plan to move at some point in the future and three out of every four movers report that a location consideration is the reason.
The acquisition is the first in GenEquity's history, which is licensed in 19 states.
In a heated, four-hour hearing, Congress grilled the FHFA director over his agency’s efforts to help more people obtain a mortgage. The GOP fears new housing policies will lead to another crash while Democrats say they are necessary.
Although home prices are rising faster in urban neighborhoods, population is growing faster in suburban neighborhoods. Consumer preferences and the aging of the population are tailwinds for suburban growth; so are falling oil prices if they stay low long-term.