Mortgage rates are hovering near record lows, and no one knows how low they’ll go. What can you tell clients about this trend?
Closings are painful, causing frustration and friction for the consumer. And that reflects badly on agents. MyHome changes that.
Fresh off its $69M Series C funding round, Orchard debuts the Orchard Dashboard
Seeking to provide Canadians with a new option for buying and selling, Properly has been funded by U.S. proptech players Silicon Valley Bank and I80 Group
Low rates have helped fuel an extraordinarily active summer for real estate. Although they remain historically low, a gradual trend upward could be less than stellar news for consumers
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau believes 'season QM' mortgages will spur innovation. But not everyone is convinced they're a good idea
The creator of the Home Swap, Knock's 'Backyard' software helps certified agents manage their deals and clients, not a common practice for a mortgage lender
The current national conversation on racial equality calls into question institutionalized housing discrimination and the possibilities for the road ahead
Tips on maintaining an engaging real estate blog
Any existing customers at the bank can now apply for non-conforming refinancing. However, those lacking a prior relationship with Wells Fargo will face a harder time
The Detroit-based lender announced the Rocket brand in 2015 and now plans to use the symbol RKT on the New York Stock Exchange
A new report from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows that about 4.2 million homeowners were in forbearance programs as of June 21
A survey of more than 350 real estate professionals indicates that remote online notarization has increased nearly 40% in recent months
4.2 million Americans are now using forbearance programs. However, the rate at which loans are going into forbearance is slowing, suggesting conditions are stabilizing