Thursday
July 2, 2015

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 06/18/2015
    About 1.5 million home owners impacted by the mortgage crisis could be on their way to re-entering the housing market within the next three years.
  • 06/18/2015
    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has proposed a two-month delay in implementing new mortgage disclosure rules.
  • 06/18/2015
    Fewer international buyers are flocking to the U.S. to purchase real estate, but those who are, spend more on their home purchases, according to a new report from NAR.
  • 06/18/2015
    Mortgage lenders are growing increasingly optimistic that demand for mortgages for home purchases will remain strong over the next three months, as their profit margins climb and they show greater signs of opening up the credit box. 
  • 06/18/2015
    A court has ruled that the state of California must return the $331 million earmarked to help troubled home owners that lawmakers used instead to help repair the state's budget. Other states may soon face similar lawsuits. 
  • 06/18/2015
    Find out how cities are attempting to create affordable and accessible housing options for millennials.
  • 06/17/2015
    More home owners are emerging from the negative equity trap, which bodes well for a stronger housing recovery. 
  • 06/17/2015
    Permits for future home construction climbed to a near eight-year high in May, which sets the stage for greater inventories from homebuilders in the months ahead.
  • 06/17/2015
    As rates rise, borrowers looking for lower cost products may increasingly turn to adjustable rate mortgages.
  • 06/17/2015
    Many consumers have misperceptions about the credit score, down payment, and income requirements needed to qualify for a mortgage, a new survey reveals.