In 2007, only 30% of first-time service members and veteran buyers used a VA loan. That increased to 78% by 2016
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 1
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
Realtors and loan originators offer advice on navigating the shutdown
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 28
Homebuyers have more options than they realize
by Steve Cook | Jul 11
Helping first-time buyers with the right loans for them
by Steve Cook | Feb 29
Although credit availability remains challenging, non-bank and non-prime options offer solutions
by Ray Brousseau | Feb 24
Mortgage Credit Certificates offer your clients expanded opportunities
by Adam Stephens | Dec 10
Increased rates could decrease the number of qualified buyers as well as sales prices
by Ray Brousseau | Nov 5
Rules differ depending on the federal agency backing the loan
by Amanda Rosenblatt | Sep 2
Tips that will come in handy for your buyer
by Tim Burrell | Aug 14
Shutdown would put gov't-backed mortgage insurance on hold
by Inman | Apr 7
2012 budget would trim itemized deductions for the wealthy
by Inman | Feb 14
USDA, VA programs serve as role models
by Inman | Jul 7