After years of laser focus on underserved borrowers, the top lender is taking the next step in the journey
The firm expects to emerge from Chapter 11 by the end of January
With little to no down payment, no closing costs or fees and an interest rate that is near 0%, this program is starting to gain traction among borrowers. However, the approval process is far from easy.
The FHFA has announced new regulations aimed at nonbank mortgage companies in an effort to “ensure the safe and sound operation of the GSEs.”
If finalized, the new rules would increase the number of financial institutions able to offer certain types of mortgages in rural and underserved areas.
This Southern California man has transformed his home into a feline paradise, complete with ledges, tunnels and soothing music.
A homeowner, fed up with the headaches of his renovation, takes drastic measures
Pending home sales stalled in December, but still saw the highest year-over-year gain since 2013