Rising mortgage rates and strong price appreciation lead to one of the largest quarterly increases in mortgage burden on record
The bureau's interim director said it continues to be associated with the principles of the person who founded it
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a dispute over whether loan officers are exempt from regulations governing minimum wage and overtime pay
Housing starts fell in May for the first time in four months, and the Fed's governing committee, meeting today and tomorrow, is expected to taper another $10 billion. All this and more in today's rate snapshot
Ocwen Financial Corporation, already plagued with allegations that it has mishandled customers' loans, has agreed to pay $3.7 million to settle a Massachusetts probe that alleged it illegally foreclosed on properties to which it didn't hold mortgages and failed to send required notices to homeowners
Born between 1980 and 1995, Millennials are one of the largest and demographically diverse generations in U.S. history.
The cognitive abilities of children in low income families are affected by how much their parents spend on housing, according to a new Johns Hopkins University study
Builder confidence was up significantly this month, but most builders are still pessimistic about the market