Opinion
The European Central Bank's move to stimulate the European economy set President Trump into a tizzy. Here's why his tweets don't make any sense
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Opinion
Trade creates specialization, efficiency, product improvement and low cost
by Lou Barnes | Sep 3
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time since the recession. Will mortgage rates dip further?
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 31
Agents across the US are getting calls from would-be clients who realize buying is suddenly getting cheaper
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 29
The 30-year-fixed rate fell from 4.28% to 4.06%. Home sales jump expected as buyers rush to take advantage
by Marian McPherson | Mar 28
Static rates could lead to steady or declining mortgage rates, economists say
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 20
Howard Hanna Mortgage will let would-be homebuyers lock in their interest rates while still looking for a home
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 18
New study from the Federal Reserve looks at how student debt is impacting young buyers
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 17
Interest rates are now at their highest levels since 2008
by Jim Dalrymple II | Dec 19
Daryl Fairweather will replace Nela Richardson, who left in June, and oversee the tech-powered brokerage’s market analysis
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 9
iBuyers and the big trends changing the field
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 28
The raise is due to strong jobs growth and increased household spending and could likely precede a 4th hike
by Marian McPherson | Sep 26
The rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage stood at 4.60 percent for the 7-day period ending Aug. 2
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 2
Personal consumption expenditures, the Fed's preferred gauge of inflation, rose 2% from April to May
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 3
Opinion
An old friend used to say that the Fed’s job was to carry an immensely valuable crystal orb balanced on a flat silver tray without edges, while refereeing a hockey game
by Lou Barnes | May 4