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LendingTree is rolling out a new tool designed to help lenders identify borrowers who meet Community Reinvestment Act criteria.
Seattle-area home prices are continuing their torrid pace, setting another record and rising faster than any major city other than Portland, new data shows.
Home prices in 20 cities rose at a steady pace in April from a year earlier, a sign demand for residential real estate remains solid enough to support both buyers and sellers, data from S&P/Case-Shiller showed Tuesday.
With interest rates already hovering near historic lows — and then getting kicked down a notch by the "Brexit" surprise — another chance for homeowners to refinance a mortgage at near-bottom rates appears to be under way.
San Luis Obispo County, Calif., is the sixth most unaffordable place to live in the United States, according to a new survey released by RealtyTrac.
Big banks have drastically reduced their share of the Federal Housing Administration market, a massive shift that has big implications, according to new analysis by the American Enterprise Institute.
Suffolk Bancorp said increased oversight of commercial real estate contributed to — and may have accelerated — its decision to sell to People's United. Other banks could make a similar choice.
The deadline has arrived for mandatory submissions to the Federal Housing Administration's Electronic Appraisal Delivery portal, but as many as one-third of lenders that originate FHA-insured mortgages have yet to use the new system.
New York's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel is scheduled to close in spring 2017 so owner Anbang Insurance Group Co. can begin converting most of the more than 1,400 rooms to luxury condominiums.
Home prices continued their upward climb, particularly in the Western part of the country, in April, according to Black Knight Financial Services.
Facebook's social media empire is rising, and as the tech firm pushes for more office space and a hotel, fears that the growth will drive up housing prices and clog the roads with traffic are climbing, too.
The Spokane, Wash., area housing market is the strongest it's been in years, with homes fetching higher prices amid an inventory crunch.
Berkshire Hills Bancorp in Pittsfield, Mass., has agreed to buy First Choice Bank in Lawrenceville, N.J.
It's no secret that home prices dipped considerably after the recession. But have they dipped too low?
Entry-level home values rose at double the rate of top-tier homes over the past year, according to Zillow.
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