Industry groups laud the plan to privatize Fannie and Freddie – but one community outreach organization says the plan will be "devastating" to the working class
In February, the agency's constitutionality was upheld by a federal appeals court in Washington
Institutional investors are slowing down purchases of homes amid increasing prices, leaving more room for traditional buyers.
The court is puzzled on which process borrowers need to follow if they want cancel a mortgage under the Truth in Lending Act.
The Republicans recent takeover of the Senate was predictable, but how the group will impact the real estate community during the next two years isn’t so clear.
The once mysterious bidder has decided he doesn’t want to own the dilapidated properties.
Hiring in the single-family industry is heating up and has reached a six-year high, but what fields are in high demand?
The organizations say the amendment could harm competition and are urging changes to it.