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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued guidance on how to provide mortgage applicants with a list of local home ownership counseling...
Which U.S. cities have the highest number of sunny days? Here's a bright selling point for these places.
These 10 major cities offer the healthiest and most environmentally friendly experience, according to a recent survey.
The spring selling season has brought more house hunters online. Find out which areas are attracting the most attention.
Researchers point to concerns about how the nation will meet this population’s affordable housing needs.
Here's a breakdown of what lenders are evaluating when deciding to grant a home buyer a loan.
Though mortgage demand was lower this week, applications for home purchases remains elevated over year-ago levels.
Trees make a difference in curb appeal, but the wrong planting choices can cause headaches. These lists of the best and worst trees to plant will...
Mortgage giant Fannie Mae announced a new program that allows first-time home buyers of its properties to receive up to 3 percent of the purchase...
For buyers in search of that diamond in the rough, they may want to look in these cities to land the biggest discounts on a home.
Home prices can influence a home owner's child’s future income, a new study finds.
Many mortgage shoppers, particularly first-time home buyers, are leaving money on the table.
With limited housing supplies this spring in many markets, investors are realizing they need to act fast, and some are willing to make an offer...
Foreclosure inventories are slowly drying up across the country as more Americans stay current on their mortgages.
From first impressions to possible layouts, home staging can provide buyers with a visual representation of the home and can help sell it faster...
Last year, the spring selling season failed to meet market expectations, but here's why 2015 will be different.
Here are a few mistakes sellers often make in letting emotions override logic during a transaction.
The federal government is imposing tougher credit standards for reverse mortgages that go into effect April 27.
Here's a chart to help you respond to buyer concerns over: "I can’t afford to buy!"
For fans of country music, they may be able to get a mortgage payoff, at least for a year.