Fannie Mae is selling $1.2 billion worth of nonperforming loans, in an attempt to give borrowers other options besides foreclosure.
LoanDepot in Irvine, Calif., seeks to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering.
Youve got basic compliance down by now, but is your good faith effort defined for October 3rd?
In Bakersfield, Calif., a teacher on an average salary can afford 86% of the homes on the market. In Salt Lake City, that number drops down to only 26%.
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