The elderly homeowner sold the Georgia property to county commissioners in Ohio to access Medicaid in 2004, leaving the county to sell the undesirable house
by Veronika Bondarenko | Oct 11
Policies passed in 2017 that capped various real estate-related federal tax deductions limited housing price growth
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 10
The partnership has already facilitated 10K closings since it began over the summer and furthers Notarize's goal of making all-digital closings widely available
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 3
Zillow's latest consumer survey analyzes how medical and student debt is causing consumers to delay homebuying
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 30
Approved by the Federal Reserve on Friday, the adjustment, from $250K to $400K, marks the first time in 25 years such an appraisal threshold has changed
by Jotham ​Sederstrom | Sep 28
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau signaled an interest in ending a temporary exemption that allows government-backed loans to exceed 43 percent debt-to-income ratio
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 17
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week
by Inman | Sep 13
The credit reporting firm said this week that the average score has now hit 706, marking a dramatic turnaround from a decade ago when average scores bottomed out
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 11
Fidelity's attempt to buy Stewart Information Services fell apart after the Federal Trade Commission said it would oppose the deal
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 10
Opinion
As the summer comes to an end, here's a roundup of some recent mortgage-related research that you might have missed
by Lew Sichelman | Sep 10
Executives acknowledged previously that the rollout of proprietary mortgage software was taking longer than expected
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 9
New guidance from HUD and U.S. Treasury would end the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, while reforming the Federal Housing Administration
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 6
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week
by Inman | Sep 6
Opendoor Home Loans is available in six markets across Texas and Arizona and is supposed to provide consumers with a simpler, faster and cheaper lending experience
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 29
Housing won't be to blame, and the recession won't be anything like 2008 for the industry, according to Mark Chin
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 23
Opinion
Yield curves predicting recessions did so historically and will again at the end of Fed overshoots. The Fed has done no such thing this time
by Lou Barnes | Aug 19