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More single-family homes will be sold in New Hampshire this year than any year since before the turn of the century.
And that was only the beginning. Bank CEOs speaking in New York provided a long list of financial reforms that they would like to see under the incoming Trump administration.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and its director Richard Cordray are on a collision course with President-elect Donald J. Trump in what could become a legal showdown over the limits to executive power.
Construction loans are a big source of interest income for community banks but also carry a lot of risk. A few fintech firms say their platforms can reduce the risk and improve the lending process.
Flushing Financial in Uniondale, N.Y., made $12.3 million on a recent property sale, part of a series of moves as it restructures its balance sheet.
Home price increases in the country's largest states fueled price appreciation nationwide in October, according to CoreLogic.
As Seattle home prices continued to soar to unprecedented heights over the past couple of years, homebuyers still had one savior: very low mortgage interest rates. But even that bright spot is starting to disappear, adding tens of thousands of dollars to the cost of a home.
Leann Fontenot was all set to sell her home in Greystone Golf & Country Club in Denham Springs, La. She had met with a real estate agent to list the house for sale in mid-August.
Although he has since walked-back his original pledge to deport 11 million people, if President-elect Donald Trump attempts to fulfill his campaign promise, the damage to the housing industry would be substantial.
While the designation of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson to run the Department of Housing and Urban Development appears like an unusual choice, lenders are hoping he can bring a fresh perspective to the industry.
Mortgage credit availability expanded for the third consecutive month in November, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
For a generation accused of not being interested in becoming homeowners, there are certainly a lot of first-time-buyer millennials in the market these days.
It looks as if 2016 might be the second year that single-family sales top 10,000 in Rhode Island.
The number of borrowers able to refinance a loan has been cut by more than half as a result of the post-election rise in interest rates, according to Black Knight Financial Services' monthly Mortgage Monitor report.
PlainsCapital Corp. subsidiary PrimeLending is expanding its closing cost assistance program to all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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