U.S. home foreclosures fell at the slowest year-on-year rate in 2011; a new wave may be imminent in 2012, according to RealtyTrac.
The housing market has feared that there is another shoe about to drop, but a new report out from TransUnion predicts a major drop in mortgage delinquencies in the coming year.
While the five-year adjustable-rate mortgage has regained its popularity as an appealing alternative to the standard 30-year fixed-rate loan, there's a new mortgage in town: seven-year ARM.
More than 6 million Americans are having trouble paying their mortgages, but a few indicators show the numbers trending downward in a welcome sign of housing recovery.
A failure to act on the U.S. economy’s long-term problems may be good news for home buyers, but that’s about it.
An index measuring the overall financial stability of Americans saw a steep downturn last quarter.
A new calculator on The Mortgage Professor site incorporates the latest underwriting rules from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Housing Administration to predict if you qualify for a loan.
While lawmakers in Washington debated the debt ceiling and consumer confidence dropped, more homeowners in the U.S. were having a harder time making their mortgage payments.
A new survey from mortgage lender Fannie Mae shows deep pessimism among homeowners about the health of the U.S. economy.
A new investigation by a Federal Reserve official says adjustable-rate mortgages had a much smaller effect on the housing crisis than previously thought.