• Mortgage Write-Downs Total $19 Billion Thus Far by

    American borrowers owe approximately $19 billion less on their mortgages, and they expect to continue paring their debt as 2013 continues. Those mortgage write-downs are part of the landmark National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement of 2012, an agreement executed by the Big Five mortgage lenders in the United States: Ally, Bank of America, Citi, JP Morgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.

  • Americans Increasingly Optimistic About Housing by

    While the greater American economy has been slowly lifting itself from the recession, the housing market has been particularly slow to turn around.

  • Real Estate Blogging Tips from the Oatmeal by

    Matthew Inman is the Seattle-based writer, artist, and coder for a popular webcomic called The Oatmeal. Inman is also a content genius - a champion for creative people everywhere.


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