In the first few months of 2018, home prices skyrocketed more than in any first quarter since the housing boom of the early 2000s
The decline in sales reflects a shortage of available homes priced at or below the median first-time homebuyer market price of $250,000
A House subcommittee has voted to subpoena two more whistleblowers who allege discrimination and retaliation at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The Fed's governing committee meets this week and is expected to cut another $10 billion from its monthly bond buys. Meanwhile, the Iraq situation escalated over the weekend with Sunnis claiming that they've assassinated Shiite militia. All that and more in today's rate snapshot
The Justice Department is preparing a fraud lawsuit against Citigroup after talks over a settlement of up to $10 billion broke down, according to reports
According to a recent study, prospective home buyers commonly believe they'll need a much bigger down payment than they actually will
The refi boom may be over, but there are still refinances out there. Originators just need to adjust their refi marketing strategy
The question on many loan originators lips is: "Why aren't people buying?" There are lots of answers to that question, some carrying more weight than others