Knowing more about how FHA works — and how to work with FHA — helps agents identify opportunities for their first-time buyer clients, who make up one in three buyers today. FHA is not for everyone, but for millions of young families, it is the piece that is solving the homeownership puzzle.

by Steve Cook | Feb 16
New research suggests that they're not
by Steve Cook | Feb 6
Student loan borrowers who use an income-driven repayment plan could be at disadvantage for taking on a mortgage, a study by the Urban Institute shows
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 4
The prediction is more of the same, says Mike Frantantoni, the chief economist at the Mortgage Bankers Association 
by Lew Sichelman | Jun 4
The Housing Secretary traveled to Detroit this week to unveil 17 new locations aimed at helping HUD-assisted families achieve self-sufficiency, but challenges abound
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 8
Fewer than half of Los Angeles residents own a home according to a report from CityLab
by Patrick Kearns | May 4
Equality in education, income attainment is lacking in Wards 7 and 8
by Kimberley Sirk | Dec 8
Nearly 50 LA ZIP codes' median home price exceeds $1 million
by Erik Pisor | Nov 12
New technology can break the language barrier
by Randall Standard | Nov 4
New technology can break the language barrier
by Randall Standard | Sep 15
Federal Housing Finance Agency should take steps now to maintain GSEs' role
by Karan Kaul | Apr 16