Fannie Mae announced that an improving housing market has helped move the mortgage giant to a third-quarter profit and it will not require any additional taxpayer bailout money. Freddie Mac also reported a profit earlier this week.
REALTOR® Magazine's look at Tuesday's election results from the presidential campaign to the successes of NAR-backed candidates.
Fitch Ratings is collecting preliminary data so that it can evaluate the impact of Hurricane Sandy on the commercial mortgage-backed securities market.
Homes can look less inviting in the fall and cooler months, but there are easy ways you can evoke that "homey" feel buyers crave.
A chill is emerging in the once-booming Canadian housing market.
Some Americans are embracing the investor role in real estate, hoping it will fund their future retirement.
On Monday, the government announced a 90-day suspension of foreclosures with FHA-backed loans in areas devastated by last week's megastorm.
A recent editorial called for government officials to consider creating a national catastrophe fund to deal with large-scale weather events that can cause extensive damage and expensive reconstruction challenges.
Home owners who experienced foreclosures are finding themselves owning again sometimes only three years later—possibly even less—with Federal Housing Administration-backed loans.
Foreclosures are falling across the country, but they still make up a big chunk of some markets' housing stock. Find out which ones.