Homeownership has plummeted in recent years – a decline apparent across nearly all demographic groups. But one group has bucked the trend
“Housing is not repeating the bubble period of 2000-2006,” says S&P director
The strong rental growth performance in 2014 is a return to a price inflation level not seen for years, according to MPF Research.
Recognizing success goes a long way to retaining top quality talent.
The maker of software for the residential mortgage industry said its current CEO and founder, Sig Anderman, will become executive chairman.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments this month on whether disparate impact claims may be brought under the Fair Housing Act.
With gas prices low and consumer confidence at the highest level reported in seven years, there's a lot to be cheery about. However, positive consumer sentiment doesn't necessarily translate into more sales.
Average U.S. mortgage rates rose slightly during the last week of 2014, but the benchmark 30-year rate stayed near a 19-month low.