The Fed has been it since 2008, and now owns $1.7 trillion in home loans
by Lou Barnes | Sep 26
Rising home prices and mortgage rates are not the culprit
by Lou Barnes | Apr 25
Underwriting is not rocket science -- we had it right for 55 years
by Lou Barnes | Jan 17
Commentary: Give thanks daily for the Fed and Fannie Mae
by Lou Barnes | Nov 1
Commentary: Regulators' pullback from risk retention only prevents further tightening
by Lou Barnes | Aug 30
Commentary: Every modern Fed tightening cycle has ended in recession
by Lou Barnes | Jul 5
Percentage of Realtors reporting problems with appraisals also declines
by Ken Harney | Mar 26
Inflation, credit and cash-outs could undermine housing affordability
by Dian Hymer | Mar 18
Lenders likely to demand larger down payments from buyers in high-cost markets
by Ken Harney | Jan 15
Commentary: Outstanding mortgages now below $10 trillion for first time since 2005
by Lou Barnes | Dec 7
Commentary: Yes, real estate is better, but mortgage credit is still shrinking
by Lou Barnes | Nov 30
Bernanke: Tight lending standards and shadow inventory muting housing sector's contribution to recovery
by Inman | Nov 21
Members of Gen X and Y say they're more knowledgeable about homeownership
by Inman | Oct 22
Modern economies cannot grow without credit
by Lou Barnes | May 18