Engineers have a seemingly unobjectionable proposal: Make roofs less likely to fly off in hurricanes. So why won’t the homebuilding industry support it?
Extreme flood insurance rate hikes and shoddy floodplain mapping are driving the cost of homeownership up and home values down, industry organizations told Congress
According to the USDA, 97 percent of the 2.1 million farms in the United States in 2012 were family-owned operations. Like most family-owned and operated businesses, one challenge often faced is the issue of succession
Commercial real estate prices may plunge in the next year amidst tightened regulations
Patrick Flanagan will drive the growth of the company’s wholesale mortgage channel
The total share of purchase loans was up in May, according to a new report
Republicans have unveiled a plan to grow the economy which includes their alternative to the controversial Dodd-Frank Act
The U.S. mortgage market today is all about credit for the best, with little left over for the rest