The American Civil Liberties Union announced it would be filing a lawsuit Monday against the investment bank, alleging discrimination in the way the bank packaged subprime mortgage loans into securities.
When selling a home, you don't want buyers to step foot in a room and suddenly feel cramped. What can you do to open up some of the tight spaces in your listings?
Families who had once lost their home to foreclosure following the housing crash are now re-emerging and looking to buy again.
Every meeting room, hall, and ballroom at the National Association of REALTORS® Workforce Housing Forum echoed the call to real estate professionals: We need your voice.
How do we sustain the housing recovery? NAR 2012 President Elect Gary Thomas explains in his latest blog post.
What's the difference between a resident alien and a non-resident alien? Do foreign nationals need a social security card to purchase property in the U.S? How many decades has it been since the last time it rained in Lima, Peru? Get these answers and more from a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) class.
As foreign buyers' interest in U.S. real estate continues to surge, REALTORS® are seizing this opportunity and arming themselves with education.
Mortgages guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs rose 50 percent to almost 540,000 loans in fiscal year 2012.
The number of foreclosure-rescue scams will likely exceed 2011 numbers as a growing public awareness has led to more reporting, according to the Treasury Department.
Mortgage rates held steady for the most part this week, remaining near all-time record lows set last week.