Take this with a large dose of salt, but an online survey by credit agency Experian shows the benefits of, you guessed it, credit reports.
Freddie Mac's monthly Multi-Indicator Market Index showed almost 80% of the top 100 housing markets in the country continued to improve in March from February.
The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community overwhelmingly views homeownership as a strong investment, although worries of housing discrimination persist, according to a new study.
Freddie Mac is in the market with its fourth risk-sharing transaction of the year.
In a sign that the GSEs may once again be trying to compete with each other, Freddie Mac will no longer charge lenders to use its Loan Prospector automated underwriting system.
Technology that takes into account the sales, cost and income approaches to property valuations is a more comprehensive method of risk assessment and can help detect pricing bubbles before they wreak havoc on the mortgage and real estate industries.
The rise in metro Atlanta home prices slowed as the critical spring buying season got underway, which experts say could be a welcome cool-down that signals a more stable market ahead.
Chicago-area home prices posted a small gain in March after a loss in February, putting them at pre-housing bubble levels seen locally in February 2003.
Toll Brothers Inc., the largest U.S. luxury homebuilder, reported an increase in quarterly earnings as lower tax provisions made up for a decline in revenue.
Mortgage applications fell 1.6% on an adjusted basis from a week earlier, according to a weekly survey by the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Veros will offer a direct connection to the Federal Housing Administration's new Electronic Appraisal Delivery portal using the same interface it offers for submitting appraisals to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The Mortgage Collaborative has entered into an agreement with Fannie Mae that would make certain enhancements of its benefits available to its lenders.
Home prices rose 1.2% from February and 4.8% year-over-year in March, representing the largest monthly gain since June 2013, according to Black Knight Financial Services.
San Francisco continued its reign atop HSH.com's list of salaries needed in 27 metro areas to afford a median-priced home in the first quarter.
Demand for commercial real estate is on a gradual road to recovery, the National Association of Realtors says, thanks to a stronger labor market and growing household formation among young adults.