In cities with floodplains but no recent catastrophic events, few homeowners actually have flood insurance
by Jim Dalrymple II May 27
The fund will help real estate agents impacted by last year’s California wildfires
by Marian McPherson Aug 8
Only 4% of homes were in a stage of delinquency in March
Going into effect in July 2019, it will require lenders to accept private policies rather than just government ones
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 12
As victims of Hurricane Florence are reeling, Sunny Lake Hahn offers advice based on her experiences from Hurricane Harvey
by Sunny Lake Sep 19
A new Zillow study finds homes with a combined value of a trillion dollars lie in the storm's path, as it nears landfall in North Carolina
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 13
But the extension only lasts 4 months, the program is $20B in debt, and lawmakers delayed major reforms needed to keep it solvent in the long-term
by Patrick Kearns Jul 31
Congress has until July 31 to reauthorize the program, otherwise up to 40,000 homeowners are at risk
by Marian McPherson Jul 13
Texas nonprofit files fair housing complaint against Texas over how the state plans to allocate funding
by Patrick Kearns Jun 26
A new study claims nearly 7 million homes are at risk of being damaged by hurricanes and other storms this year
New Black Knight report finds that hurricanes didn’t totally ruin last year’s mortgage performance
by Marian McPherson Feb 5
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
From handing out blankets to shrinking the costs of homebuilding, real estate community finds creative ways to give back
by Gill South Dec 7

The number of delinquent mortgages soared for the second month in a row, rising 24 percent in regions of Texas and Florida in the wake of hurricanes.

by Jotham ​Sederstrom Nov 23
A grand jury in Chambers County delivered the indictment in a case that was complicated by Hurricane Harvey
by Jotham ​Sederstrom Nov 14