Monday
July 24, 2017

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 09/02/2011
    Mortgage rates this week are averaging at or near historic lows, Freddie Mac reports. 
  • 09/02/2011
    The country’s largest mortgage lenders aren’t doing enough to help home owners avoid foreclosure, the Treasury Department said on Thursday. 
  • 09/02/2011
    Foreclosures may physically make you sick, according to a new study finds. 
  • 09/02/2011
    National Flood Insurance Program, set to expire Sept. 30, is facing a flood of claims from Hurricane Irene.  A short-term extension is the most likely solution, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • 09/01/2011
    The Obama administration is expected to announce a new proposal next week to help struggling home owners and reduce foreclosures. 
  • 09/01/2011
    Home owners along the East Coast could see a lasting impact from Hurricane Irene to their housing markets, experts say.
  • 09/01/2011
    Many home buyers have been reluctant to move forward on home purchases due to fears that the country could be heading to a double-dip recession, but new data suggests they have nothing to fear. 
  • 09/01/2011
    Guess which U.S. city has the lowest unemployment rate. New figures released from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provide the answer, which may surprise you. 
  • 09/01/2011
    Squatters are getting more clever, police warn. A 31-year-old man was found squatting in a luxury property in North Carolina for seven months, filing fake deeds and paperwork with the county in attempting to take ownership of the home, without ever paying a dime, police say. 
  • 09/01/2011
    The National Association of REALTORS(R) is planning to host a housing summit in early October. The Washington, D.C., event will provide a forum for policy makers, industry leaders, and government stake holders to develop strategies to help stabilize and revitalize the housing market and economy.