'With unprecedented low rates and constrained supply, the housing market should continue to do well,' said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic
Thomas Sponholtz, founder and CEO of Unison, explores the idea of trading equity on a home during this panel at ICNY
by Inman Feb 5
Stagnant wage growth and booming costs of living are stressing homeowners, according to a new HomeTap study
by Marian McPherson Oct 23
A survey by Redfin found that Americans are stressed about home affordability and want the government to step in
by Marian McPherson Oct 22
With an additional $5M in financing, Patch Homes ranks among a growing list of startups that let homeowners sell an equity stake in their home for cash
by Teke Wiggin Sep 13
HSH.com, a long-time mortgage industry resource, has launched a new tool for homeowners to manage home equity as an active financial asset
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 21
On the bright side, nearly 25% of all American properties are now equity rich, including more than 40% in California
by Patrick Kearns Aug 10
In the first quarter of 2018, homeowners with mortgages saw their equity grow 13.3 percent, or $1.01 trillion, according to the new CoreLogic Home Equity Report
Rising home prices result in fewest homes with negative equity since recession
by Patrick Kearns May 30
Colorado, California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii had the lowest percentage last year
by Marian McPherson Feb 7
Homeowners are responsibly handling their mortgage debt, perhaps the best news of all
by Steve Cook Apr 10
Homeownering.com offers mortgage management and homeownership tools to consumers
by Amy Tankersley Dec 7
Through Student Loan Payoff ReFi, a partnership with Fannie Mae, homeowners can use their equity to pay down education debt
by Amy Tankersley Nov 2
California Credit Union League reports a 16 percent increase in loans to $33 billion as of June 30
by Kimberly Manning Oct 7

Take two things for certain. First, there’s never been nor ever will be a housing bubble without a corresponding bubble in mortgage credit. Second, no matter who may yap about credit being too easy (usually complainers about the federal role in mortgages), stick with the Fed’s quarterly accounting of U.S. financial flows, Z-1.

by Lou Barnes Jun 15