A new study shows that people were happiest with their lives when their debt was in the form of mortgages and least happy when it was tied to medical expenses
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 10
NAR chief economist says buyers with high student loan debt can still find ways to purchase
by Marian McPherson | Aug 4
The market has made great strides but homeownership rate continues to fall
by Marian McPherson | Jun 23
Potential buyers are deterred because they can't save for a down payment, don't feel financially secure or fail to qualify for a mortgage
by Caroline Feeney | Jun 13
Lack of inventory housing myth
by Louis Cammarosano | Jun 1
Helping first-time buyers with the right loans for them
by Steve Cook | Feb 29
What you can tell your clients to do to minimize their DTI ratio
by Steve Cook | May 18
Be in the know before the June 15 changes go into effect
by Tony Davis | Apr 29
With job market improving, government agencies and lenders offer new loan products or assistance to younger borrowers
by Amy Tankersley | Apr 22
Despite popular belief, options and strategies are available
by Steve Cook | Apr 14
Optimists cling to hopes that consumers have deleveraged and are borrowing again
by Lou Barnes | Feb 21
What you should know if you're divorced or have student loan debt
by Jack Guttentag | Jun 11
Perspective: Real estate's December report card
by Inman | Dec 13