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
Although proposed changes to the Fair Credit Reporting Act might mean well, they could undermine the credit-reporting process and cause big problems for lenders
A zombie invasion in Canada this month required its members to scare up insurance money or face the more terrifying prospect of a personal injury lawsuit
A new study shows borrower equity has increased by $1 trillion, providing a positive outlook for the housing market
Home price appreciation is continuing to slow – but sales of less expensive homes are down while sales of more expensive homes are gathering steam
A former NFL player will be spending almost four years in federal prison for his role in a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud scheme.
Jobless claims were up by 12,000 this week. Meanwhile, stocks opened down. This and more in today's rate snapshot