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Home values rose for the 48th consecutive month in July, but not enough to close the gap with the peak set in 2007, according to Zillow.
Appraisal management software company Mercury Network has entered into an agreement to acquire valuation data and analytics services provider Platinum Data Solutions.
Equifax and TransUnion have stopped selling traditional credit reports, forcing lenders to buy their new, more expensive "trended" data reports that mortgage investors aren't using yet.
Mortgage rates held steady from the previous week, while still remaining near their all-time record lows, according to Freddie Mac.
Nonbank lender Guaranteed Rate has scored a naming rights deal with the Chicago White Sox.
Sales of existing homes in Northwest Indiana took a dip in July as prices continue to rise but despite the down month, 2016 remains a strong year for home sales.
Two leading economic indicators of the condition of Connecticut's economy — new housing permits and sales of existing homes and townhouses — were off significantly last month.
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A long-running dispute between the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the agency's Office of Inspector General over down payment assistance programs is beginning to have an impact on lenders.
Concern around billionaires from abroad creating a price bubble by sheltering wealth in U.S. real estate is nothing more than hype caused by market commentators for the sake of ratings and page clicks.
The national credit union trade associations have joined with unlikely partners as co-signers on a letter that calls out the Department of Housing and Urban Development over lending issues.
The Los Angeles City Council joined Los Angeles County in trying to get California Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency for the problem of homelessness.
Gateway Mortgage Group has partnered with National Homebuyers Fund to create a grant and down payment assistance program.
"Graceful" may not be the first word that comes to mind when thinking about last year's "Know Before You Owe" disclosure implementation, but one Texas loan officer has a different perspective.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is seeking to make it easier for Federal Home Loan Banks to accept certain kinds of collateral for advances.
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