When the Department of Housing and Urban Development first announced the reverse mortgage program back in 1989, Jeffrey Taylor knew he had to jump at the opportunity
The billionaire’s franchise branch is continuing its march of domination through the United States with the opening of its 1,000th realty office in Southern California.
While mortgage lending spiked last year, tighter credit and rising FHA fees insured most of the gain was among the wealthiest borrowers
Why have FHA loans plummeted in recent months, leaving many lower-income borrowers out in the cold? The short answer: big banks and big government can't agree
Even though most Americans feel that now would be a good time to buy a home, many are hesitant to do so because they’re uncertain about qualifying for a mortgage and edgy about navigating the home buying process
A report that shutting down Fannie and Freddie could save billions had MPA readers talking. Here's what they had to say