What constitutes an unreasonable repair request? Here's how to prevent your transaction from blowing up
by Carl Medford | Nov 14
New paper has surprising insights into the impact that foreclosure policies have on the broader housing market
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 22
Sellers are far more likely to agree to a $300 credit, than replace 30 $10 items, so use saftey or failure of an expensive system as your guide
by Missy Yost | Oct 7
Renewable energy and other tax benefits are a few of the items they can take advantage of now
by Kayla Matthews | Sep 16
Add value by helping your clients figure out their budget, where they’d like to realistically live and what to expect along the way
by Roger Odoardi | Jun 4
Credit score knowledge is up, but many lack complete understanding of how credit is determined, how it impacts them and how it can be improved
by Lew Sichelman | Jun 27
Platform tracks users' financial situation and gives recommendations for future goals, such as saving for a down payment
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 4
Don’t let the cyber attack get in the way of your buyers getting their dream home
by Steve Cook | Sep 21
How today's consumers think about credit, affordability, inventory and the homebuying experience
Help clients implement a credit management plan that emphasizes timely payments, steady reduction of debt and paying off revolving credit accounts
by Steve Cook | Jul 26
Changes to regulations and GSEs might make it easier to qualify for a mortgage loan
by Steve Cook | Dec 13
Bank’s employee cross-selling scheme could have collateral damage for mortgage lending -- here's how to help clients clean up the mess
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 10
Take a hard look at the potential construction pitfalls
by Bernice Ross | Sep 6
Homebuyers have more options than they realize
by Steve Cook | Jul 11
Trying to get on the property ladder? Here's what you need to get started
by Roman Winter | Jul 5