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The Federal Housing Administration may need a $1.7 billion bailout from the U.S. Treasury for the first time in its history, media outlets are...
The shadow inventory was once deemed a big threat to the housing recovery. But the latest numbers show that threat is quickly vanishing
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has reportedly postponed a ban that would have prevented real estate professionals from...
“These low rates should somewhat offset the house price gains seen the last number of months and keep housing affordability elevated,...
Asian buyers are among the main international purchasers of U.S. properties, so it’s important to understand their needs, as well as help...
Investors’ eyes will be on RE/MAX next week, as the franchise plans to go public on Wednesday.
Reader’s Digest conducted a “lost wallet” experiment to find out the most honest cities across the globe.
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Though mortgage fraud dropped 5.6 percent in the second quarter, schemers are coming up with different ways to cheat on loan applications.
Gains in home equity and stock values helped lift household net worth by $1.3 trillion during the second quarter.
Sales of new single-family homes bounced back in August after a big drop in July, but pending home sales are a bit more rocky.
A new study by Redfin illustrates the price premium home buyers are willing to pay in order to live in a top-ranked school district.
Many of the nation’s largest builders are raising their prices, even as existing-home prices begin to moderate.
An accused burglar at a series of real estate open houses in the Columbus, Ohio, area argues to an appeals court that he can’t be convicted...
The housing market appears to be resilient against several economic challenges for the time being, experts say.
Home owners and buyers rush to take advantage of the recent drop in mortgage rates.
With solar panel prices dropping, more home owners are finding the upgrade to be within reach.
People who choose to live in flood-prone areas will see their insurance rates rise as a result.
The majority of Americans say they expect home values to rise over the next 12 months, further showing that consumers are becoming less fearful...