Thursday
October 30, 2014

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 04/01/2013
    A new study finds that 301,874 “zombie” homes—properties where home owners receive foreclosure notices and move out, leaving the home vacant and deteriorating—exist in the U.S.
  • 04/01/2013
    Homebuilders have recently conducted surveys revealing the Millennial generation’s top home preferences, which differ greatly from previous generations. 
  • 04/01/2013
    Real estate mogul Donald Trump is accusing a Brooklyn man of operating four web sites that bear Trump’s name and real estate brand. 
  • 04/01/2013
    One researcher predicts 1.5 to 2 million homes belonging to seniors will come on the market by the end of this decade.
  • 04/01/2013
    A new study finds that borrowers who went through a prepurchase counseling program were nearly a third less likely than non-counseled borrowers to fall behind on their mortgage payments. 
  • 04/01/2013
    A study finds communities that zoned too strictly for the development of large, single-family homes are at greater risk for foreclosure than areas that accommodate a wider range of housing options. 
  • 03/29/2013
    Home sales are projected to post some notable gains this year and next, according to Fannie Mae’s latest economic outlook. 
  • 03/29/2013
    Starting Monday, borrowers will be charged higher mortgage insurance premiums on most new Federal Housing Administration loans.
  • 03/29/2013
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau debuted this week the nation's largest public database for consumer financial complaints, and mortgage gripes are dominating the list of complaints. 
  • 03/29/2013
    Some say this takes spoiling children to new heights -- in fact, the 2-year-old’s future pad will be located in what will soon become the tallest residential building in New York City.