Credit Scores and Reporting
Find out which states boast the highest median credit scores among mortgage applicants.
A group of housing advocates are pushing for a new type of subprime loan for applicants with lower incomes or bad credit, but some critics are calling the proposal a "stupid and crazy idea."
New rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will change the process for home buyers trying to obtain a mortgage.
What are some of the top forecasts for the housing market in 2013? The Wall Street Journal offers some predictions.
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of major credit agencies in a case that involved a lawsuit filed by five Ohio pension funds that sought to recoup millions of dollars of losses on risky mortgage debt.
The housing market has made strides toward recovery but will be constrained until lenders loosen up a bit, according to a new report.
While standards for FHA loans have stayed about the same as they were in 2006, borrowers with credit scores lower than 660 are facing a tougher time in getting approved these days.
More applicants could qualify for a mortgage if lenders took a broader look at an applicant's credit data, according to a new study.
Only 30 percent of borrowers who defaulted on their mortgage in 2001 had returned to the housing market within 10 years, a new study finds.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it will now assist consumers in resolving any problems with their credit reports.