The mortgage giant is back in the black, getting a big boost from the housing market recovery.
Many first-time home buyers have mostly been sitting on the sidelines the past few years, but a new survey shows that is changing.
A man is on a crusade to save his small Illinois town from foreclosure blight.
This could be the first big year for once-foreclosed home owners to re-enter the housing market.
Some real estate professionals say a big source of their clients is coming from divorces, but these often emotionally-charged transactions aren't easy to navigate.
The percentage of U.S. residents who say owning a home is an essential part of the American dream has hit a three-year high.
A new study finds that homes built prior to 1960 have average maintenance costs of $564 per year, while houses built after 2008 have average costs that are less than half that amount.
"The drop in delinquencies and foreclosure starts will help support a resurgence in the home-purchase market this year and next," according to the CEO of CoreLogic.
The U.S. Treasury has expanded its presence in the housing market with the intention of accelerating the real estate recovery. Learn about resources it offers for short sales, foreclosure prevention, and more.
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