Lenders and well-off borrowers alike see advantages to the flexible financial commitment.
Young home buyers are making up their smallest share in the housing market in more than a decade, and a new report blames it on rising student loan debt.
Lender constraints on mortgage availability have been a major obstacle for the housing market recovery. Is that about to change?
The revival in the luxury real estate market is being fueled by growth in jumbo mortgages, Reuters reports.
About a third of consumers say they're willing to pay more for a mortgage if it comes with superior customer service and less stress, according to a new survey.
Lending standards are tight everywhere, but in some states, the odds may be stacked against you even more.
The number of eligible home buyers who will have had a foreclosure on their record will reach 1.5 million by the first quarter of 2014.
HUD is investigating dozens of complaints that mortgage lenders are denying or delaying loans to women who are pregnant or on maternity leave.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) shared some insight into its process and goals for the qualified mortgage (QM) rule it released last month. The post gives loan servicers, industry watchers, and consumers a look at its thinking behind the rulemaking.
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