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Lenders don't need to worry about meeting new requirements for getting tax transcripts from the Internal Revenue Service heading into the holiday weekend.
Berkshire Hills Bancorp is buying a bank with a national mortgage platform. The company hopes the business will provide a much-needed lift in fee income.
Mortgage professional hiring and new job appointments for the week ending July 1.
Portlanders since 2010 have been subjected to an arts tax, a parks tax, a fire tax, a children-services tax, a telephone tax, a gas tax, a construction tax and — come November — city voters will be asked to approve a pot tax and a tax to pay for affordable housing.
While the housing market remains on solid ground, issues with affordability and inventory are causing the momentum of existing home sales to slow, online marketplace Ten-X reported.
Orlando, Fla., got a good dose of good news as Freddie Mac reported that the city's housing market posted the biggest year-over-year gains in April.
A previous career in the restaurant industry sparked an idea that helped Chong Yi nearly double his production dollar volume.
An upscale Miami developer has been chosen to lead the city's signature West River redevelopment, a $500 million project intended to expand the revitalization of downtown west of the Hillsborough River.
Connecticut home sales logged another strong month in May, but prices registered a decline, failing to build on a modest increase the previous month, a new report shows.
Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, an asset manager owned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, agreed to buy ACRE Capital Holdings in a bet on multifamily loans.
As the mortgage industry swings more toward purchase loans and away from refinancings, its risk from material misrepresentations increases.
Loan application defect risk continued to decline in May, according to First American Financial Corp.
The Little Rock, Ark., bank got the final regulatory approval it needed to buy C&S and C1, but not before agreeing to address some community reinvestment concerns in the Atlanta market and elsewhere.
Twin Cities homebuilders are having their very best summer in at least a decade.
Rates for 30-year mortgages dropped to the lowest level in more than three years as U.K. voters' decision to leave the European Union drove investors to the safety of American government bonds that guide home loans.
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