Could Falling Mortgage Rates Spur Housing Growth?

8:03 am, May 30, 2014

As mortgage rates fall to a seven month low and home prices start to settle, some investors wonder if this combination will be a boon to the housing market.


Elderly Mortgage Issues Worsened By Student Loans

5:33 am, May 27, 2014

An increasing segment of seniors are facing mortgage debt problems, but student loan debt is exacerbating the problem.


Americans Nearing Retirement Face a Growing Threat: Their Mortgage

9:40 am, May 08, 2014

Delinquencies and foreclosures among older Americans have increased five-fold since the financial crisis.


Mortgage Denial: Are You Not Confronting Interest Rate Reality?

8:01 am, March 13, 2014

Homeowners who think refinancing will be a breeze often find the doors slammed in their faces. The mortgage you get today may be the one you're stuck with.


The Shutdown and Your Mortgage

4:51 am, October 14, 2013

Borrowers seeking loans from the Federal Housing Administration are likely to find that a lack of staffing will put their application on hold.


How to Know If You Should Make Extra Mortgage Payments

7:00 am, March 18, 2013

Paying off a mortgage early provides a great emotional lift, but there are reasons to go slow and steady.


3 Credit Report Land Mines That Threaten Your Mortgage Bid

8:00 am, February 05, 2013

There may be things in your credit report, good or bad, that can virtually shut down your mortgage process.


30-Year Fixed Mortgages Climb Since Fiscal Cliff Resolution

5:29 pm, January 02, 2013

Rates are expected to continue their drift upward for weeks, Zillow says.


What Stands Between the Fiscal Cliff and Ending the Mortgage Interest Rate Deduction

7:00 am, November 29, 2012

The debate over budget cuts has become so heated that even this sacred cow is on the block.

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