Scammers are trying to get new home owners and to pay $83 for unnecessary property records — including deeds that are cheaper and readily available at county government offices.
New surveys show that investors are not fading away as the number of distressed properties dry up. Instead, they are shifting their focus from distressed properties to non-distressed properties.
With flourishing economies, could these quickly growing cities soon become the nation’s hottest housing markets, too?
Some experts say the recent precipitous drop in new- and existing-home sales was caused by something more unstable than this winter weather.
Mortgage delinquencies nationwide have plummeted to their lowest level in more than five years, as more home owners are coming out of the red on their payments.
Consumers say they’re more committed to buying or selling in 2014, despite two events in 2013 that shook their confidence, according to Prudential Real Estate.
Reverse mortgages are expected to be an increasing option that baby boomers turn to as they age to cover living expenses, but heirs may get stuck with the final balance due.
The five-week streak of falling mortgage rates took a break this week, with the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage moving up slightly to average 4.28 percent.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Coldwell Banker Real Estate recently conducted a survey to find out a pressing question for the growing number of boomerang kids: Can living with your parents squash your dating life?
Fannie Mae is offering temporary closing cost assistance of up to 3.5 percent of the final sales price in 27 states to owner occupants of REO homes.