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From the heartland to the desert, here's a look at 10 housing markets where buyers are looking to move — and the high-cost markets they're leaving, according to Redfin.
The administration proposed to end the housing trust funds now financed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and to subject numerous agencies to the congressional appropriations process, among other things.
The companies on Arizent’s third annual list of Best Fintechs to Work For share an ability to create personal connections with employees, and offer top-tier benefits like generous sabbaticals, fully paid insurance, and parental leave on day one.
National Mortgage News presents the second annual Best Mortgage Companies to Work For — a survey and awards program dedicated to identifying and recognizing the industry's best employers and providing organizations with valuable employee feedback.
From the mid-Atlantic to across the Northeast, here's a look at the 10 housing markets with the worst percentage price recoveries following the housing crisis, according to SmartAsset.
From the heart of Texas to the coast of Florida, here's a look at the 15 housing markets that experienced the largest home price growth of the last 10 years, according to Redfin.
From the Southeast to the Midwestern plains, here's a look at the 12 cities where first-time homebuyers can afford the largest share of houses for sale, according to First American.
From product-specific variations in refinancing rates to pockets of depreciation in an otherwise healthy market, here are some details in housing-related data that highlight important underlying trends in the mortgage business.
From the municipalities surrounding Silicon Valley to New York's concrete jungle, here's a look at the 14 most expensive ZIP codes to buy a home in 2019, according to PropertyShark.
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Corporations that own California properties could soon be fined for keeping homes vacant for more than three months under a proposed law to give tenants, nonprofits and cities more say over what happens to empty buildings.February 21
A deferred-prosecution agreement with the Justice Department spares the bank a potential criminal conviction — provided it cooperates with continuing probes and abides by other conditions.February 21
The supply of homes for sale in Palm Beach County, Fla., is falling sharply, a trend that could create upward pressure on prices.February 21
Houston's market for new homes held its own in January as sales reached 1,319, according to HomesUSA.com.February 21
Sales of previously owned homes remained robust in January as low borrowing costs and higher wages continue to make purchasing more attainable.February 21
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are expected to retain “limited and tailored government support” after they are released from U.S. control, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a letter to lawmakers.February 21