Nationwide rates are at a 20-year low, but areas hit by natural disasters continue to struggle
by Veronika Bondarenko | May 14
Florida Housing Finance Agency was the worst offender, charging Uncle Sam nearly $17,900 for unrelated travel expenses
by Lew Sichelman | Mar 12
Opinion
Although much time has passed, signs of this trying time are still present, and the memories (and scars) hold steady
by Teresa Boardman | Sep 19
Jeffery and Lori Detloff are facing 30 years in jail for kickback scheme involving repair contracts for properties in Minneapolis
by Marian McPherson | Aug 21
After discovering the home had been repossessed, police say it appears previous owner never paid it off in potentially botched land deal.
by Marian McPherson | Feb 9
New Black Knight report finds that hurricanes didn’t totally ruin last year’s mortgage performance
by Marian McPherson | Feb 5
Filings were submitted on 676,535 U.S. properties — a 27 percent year-over-year drop
by Marian McPherson | Jan 17
Bitcoin investors riding the ups and downs may welcome the stability of real estate, says Houston team leader
by Gill South AND Amrit Judge | Dec 22
Black Knight reports that conditions should improve as homeowners receive their insurance payouts
by Gill South | Dec 4
Call your mortgage servicer if you've been hit, agency says
by Andrea V. Brambila | Aug 29
Tales from a Realtor leader in a struggling but resilient city
by Inman | Feb 16
An appeals court case in Colorado decided whether a buyer was trespassing or invited
by Marian McPherson | Oct 27
Opinion
What will we do with all the large houses?
by Jeff Sibbach | Sep 21
As distressed property issues fade and sales increase, consumers need more mortgage options
by Ray Brousseau | Aug 23