Owning a vacation rental complicates tax season, but getting it right is still essential
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 4
Deals that rely on an array of federal programs and agencies are all on hold while political leaders spar over how to fund the government
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 18
Brokers and franchise owners have 2 weeks to file 1099-MISC forms for their independent contractors
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 16
The Internal Revenue Service resumed income verification, an essential part of buying a home, after lobbying from the mortgage industry. Critics question fairness of the decision
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 11
Realtors and loan originators offer advice on navigating the shutdown
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 28
Opportunity Zones aim to incentivize building in distressed communities, but some say it could boost gentrification
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 19
Housing, otherwise set aside for those who meet certain income requirements, can now be used by displaced individuals for temporary disaster relief
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 18
Loan approvals and mortgages could be delayed, but experts think the housing market would bounce back.
The final text of the bill marking the biggest change to the U.S. tax structure in decades has been released
Charged with defrauding investors of more than $2.1M for indoor RV park that was never built
Changes to tax brackets and deductions will impact filing and returns
by Aaron Lesher | Feb 7
How to explain DPA programs to clients
by Dottie Sheppick | Oct 13
Communities with the lowest incomes are prone to the highest delinquency rate, despite loan balance
by Inman | Dec 8
Communities with the lowest incomes are prone to the highest delinquency rate, despite loan balance
by Inman | Dec 7
Communities with the lowest incomes are prone to the highest delinquency rate, despite loan balance
by Inman | Dec 7