As the government shutdown drags on, a major private mortgage insurer is trying to lure borrowers away from Federal Housing Administration insurance with the promise of fewer hold-ups
A mortgage industry head and a leading economist are warning that a prolonged government shutdown could stall the housing recovery
The government shutdown doesn't seem to be close to resolution. What does it mean for the mortgage market, and for your business?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development may see further losses from its reverse mortgage program following a ruling Monday rejecting a government policy that led some homeowners to face foreclosure following the death of a spouse
The Federal Housing Administration will continue to process applications for government-backed mortgage during a government shutdown, the Department of Housing and Urban Development has said
Tightening mortgage credit standards are slowing down the housing recovery, according to two top economists