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
Industry figures have blasted the 3% points and fees cap, while supporting legislation that would amend the way the cap is calculated
In spite of a costly settlement with the FHFA over bad MBS sales, one of Europe's largest banks has beaten profit forecasts
Homes sales dipped in June, but the real estate industry says there is still momentum in the market
The Department of Housing and Urban Development released a drafted rule Friday that would make it more difficult for state and local grantees to misapply government program funds
Starwood Property Trust, an international real estate investor and financier, has originated a $140m loan on a mixed-use commercial building in San Francisco
Detroit constitutes the biggest municipal bankruptcy in US history. What will the move mean for the beleaguered city's housing market?