Republicans want to overhaul the tax code – and to find the money, they may be eyeing the elimination of the popular mortgage interest deduction
The starting delinquency rates in disaster areas designated in Florida are below the national average
Could the outspoken lawmaker could be right? According to studies from HUD and The Urban Institute, she may be.
A new survey shed lights on how mortgage professionals really feel about the government's role in the marketplace. Those in favor of a GSE reform say the government “shouldn’t be guaranteeing more than 90% of the market.”
The unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, has dampened its housing market, but some are trying to turn it into a selling point.
Following their usual holiday tradition, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will temporarily halt evictions.
The thing about relaxed standards is that they can just as easily be made rigid again. Those who succeed will be those who are careful enough to not get caught off guard
Will the aging mortgage professional be suited enough to attract the newest consumer power group with the largest buying capacity? Here's how to attract a younger workforce.