The program had been scheduled to end Sept. 30, but the FHFA says more than 143,000 homeowners could still benefit from it
NAR’s chief economist says a recent decrease in mortgage rates is helping homebuyers with affordability concerns
Two Senate Democrats are urging the Department of Housing and Urban Development to crack down on reverse mortgage servicers for what they say are abuses. But the head of an industry group says the problem is most likely not with lenders and servicers, but with a vagary of the law
Job creation was a little better than expected in April, but a feeble GDP report quelled market reaction
Stearns Lending, the country’s No. 1 wholesale residential lender by volume, is providing funding to HomeAid America, an organization that builds and renovates housing projects for temporarily homeless families and individuals
Home ownership has fallen to its lowest level in nearly two decades as rising prices and mortgage rates strangle demand
One of the nation's largest lenders is forking out a hefty sum after cutting balances on home loans more than allowed under a recent settlement
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