Property records show that the suspect behind 13 bombs mailed to former President Obama, the Clintons and Robert De Niro among others had a Florida home foreclosed on in 2009
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 26
Nearly half of income-based loans the bank issued after it relaxed requirements defaulted, according to US Attorney
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 2
Three activist groups say institutional investors have turned the American Dream into a 'nightmare' and are 'price-gouging' tenants with tactics reminiscent of payday lenders
by Teke Wiggin | Jan 17
Consumers want agents who offer market insights
by Steve Cook | May 3
Two reports suggest that how homeowners feel about tapping into their equity may depend on how the financial crisis affected them
by Amy Tankersley | Feb 23
Survey says consumers are still battling financial stress and worry, but how is that affecting their housing market outlook?
by Amy Tankersley | Jul 6
Interest rates are at their highest levels since last fall as economists eye Greek crisis and Fed's expected rate hike
by Amy Tankersley | Jul 6
Report highlights gap between demographic's homeownership goals, ability to fund home purchase
by Amy Tankersley | Jun 2
Shortfall could impact proposal to increase CEO compensation
by Amy Tankersley | May 8
Lender alleges DOJ and HUD are ‘strong-arming’ company into admitting it mishandled FHA loans
by Amy Tankersley | Apr 21
New York Supreme Court Appellate Division upholds settlement from 2011
by Amy Tankersley | Mar 10
Commentary: Deep losses have afflicted both the guilty and the innocent
by Lou Barnes | Apr 19
An industry at the crossroads
by Jack Guttentag | Jul 2
With markets unable to stand alone, everything depends on public policy
by Lou Barnes | Dec 3