Mortgage Acts and Practices
The mortgage giant asks why more home owners haven't taken advantage of lower interest rates by refinancing.
In his State of the Union speech last night, the president asked Congress to reform mortgage finance to keep homeownership accessible without risking another taxpayer-funded meltdown.
Mortgage applications moved slightly lower last week, as interest rates dipped to the lowest averages since November, the Mortgage Bankers Association reports.
As 30-year mortgage rates trend higher, more home buyers are being lured to the low introductory rates of adjustable-rate mortgages, a new survey shows.
When banks weren’t approving mortgage loans and would-be homebuyers were denied access to credit, Realtors® called on policy makers to take steps to loosen the tight credit environment.
New mortgage rules take effect today that set out to protect borrowers against risky lending practices, but a few new rules have some worried. Here’s an overview of what you need to know about the changes.
For the first time in a month, mortgage applications are back on the rise.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is launching an education campaign to help make home buyers and home owners more aware of new mortgage regulations coming in January.
If Congress doesn't act on the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act, which expires at the end of this year, it could leave distressed borrowers with an additional financial burden in 2014.