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
Three million dollars will barely buy you a place in Manhattan, but in Detroit it will get you thousands of homes.
The accusations against the largest U.S. nonbank servicer may put it in jeopardy with other regulators and threaten a pending multi-billion dollar deal.
It may have been a while coming, but the regulator has finally spelled out a number of changes to its rules, including QM loan requirements.
New home applications are down, and one of the causes may be surprising – America’s oil boom
The California firm continues its rapid U.S. expansion, and with this acquisition, it has added more than $800 million in loan volume.
After receiving no notice, a Georgia woman finds her condo was sold at an auction due to an unpaid tax bill of less than $100.