Nationwide rates are at a 20-year low, but areas hit by natural disasters continue to struggle
Florida Housing Finance Agency was the worst offender, charging Uncle Sam nearly $17,900 for unrelated travel expenses
Although much time has passed, signs of this trying time are still present, and the memories (and scars) hold steady
Jeffery and Lori Detloff are facing 30 years in jail for kickback scheme involving repair contracts for properties in Minneapolis
After discovering the home had been repossessed, police say it appears previous owner never paid it off in potentially botched land deal.
New Black Knight report finds that hurricanes didn’t totally ruin last year’s mortgage performance
Filings were submitted on 676,535 U.S. properties — a 27 percent year-over-year drop
Bitcoin investors riding the ups and downs may welcome the stability of real estate, says Houston team leader
Black Knight reports that conditions should improve as homeowners receive their insurance payouts
Call your mortgage servicer if you've been hit, agency says
Tales from a Realtor leader in a struggling but resilient city
An appeals court case in Colorado decided whether a buyer was trespassing or invited
What will we do with all the large houses?
Wall Street's interest is shrinking