"As negative equity increases, we see corresponding increases in the number of new problem loans," Lender Processing Services reports.
More housing reports were released on Tuesday showing home prices on the rise throughout the country.
When reviewing their credit reports, one in five consumers are likely to receive a different credit score from what a creditor will use to price a loan. The discrepancy has a federal agency concerned.
REALTORS® Federal Credit Union merged with Northwest Federal Credit Union to offer its members a wider range of products and services.
NAR President Moe Veissi talks about setting the future course for the real estate industry.
President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney hold starkly different views on recent reforms—and on the best way to preserve the American dream.
Working toward a Master of Real Estate degree, REALTOR® University’s inaugural class says lessons are paying off in the field.
Readers' letters offer thoughts on mortgage plats, professionalism, the meaning of age, and more.
In her paradigm-shifting New York Times best seller Quiet, Susan Cain reveals the advantages of being an introvert in a world that celebrates extroverts.
A listing brokerage that received commissions for the sale of two apartment buildings in 2007, after learning the company buying the properties was being operated as a Ponzi scheme, was entitled to keep its commissions, the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah, Central District, ruled.