The forecast for interest rates is still low, reinforced by new information from the Federal Reserve
Two experts share plumbing material options and the No. 1 rule of plumbing repairs: Don't mix materials
With an additional $5M in financing, Patch Homes ranks among a growing list of startups that let homeowners sell an equity stake in their home for cash
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
As the summer comes to an end, here's a roundup of some recent mortgage-related research that you might have missed
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
Opendoor believes that by acquiring OS National it will be able to provide consumers the 'most streamlined and easiest closing experience'
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
Housing won't be to blame, and the recession won't be anything like 2008 for the industry, according to Mark Chin
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
The new tool will tell users if they qualify for a mortgage, as well as how much they would be able to borrow
Real estate analyst Mike DelPrete argued during an Inman Connect panel on Wednesday that 'red is the new black'
Turning homebuyers into investors can mean more financial security for them and more business for agents. But especially less-experienced investors may need help getting started
New York-based TapCap helps agents and investors make sense of the multifamily lending process. Quickly gather data, compare loans and share offers
The one-time darling software for finding prospective foreclosures is now offering same tech for real estate agents and mortgage brokers
The online retailer will also contribute $8M to nonprofits in Washington and Virginia. The pledge comes as a handful of tech companies promise to spend big on housing