The group says that the CFPB's claim that it lacks authority to ensure MLA compliance is categorically false
Insurer NAS is hosting a webinar about the dangers of housing discrimination and how insurance coverage can help
Six people - including an unlicensed mortgage broker - have pleaded guilty charges stemming from their participation in a $100 million mortgage scam
With average loans at their highest rates in two years, existing home sales spiking upward and massive mortgage layoffs, could housing be heading back into a canyon before it reached the peak of the mountain?
Private money loans, also called hard money loans or bridge loans, are still the top choice for real estate investors in the wake of the bank meltdown of 2008 and 2009. Many real estate investors have marks on their credit after the real estate crisis and can no longer qualify at the bank. Hard money loans have allowed these investors to get back into the real estate game again and start hitting.
A new FHFA plan could make it easier for borrowers to qualify for mortgage relief
The vast majority of renters say they expect to buy in the future, but nearly half don't believe they'll be able to for at least five years
Real estate investors will buy fewer properties in the next 12 months, according to a new national survey