Good news for prospective homebuyers. Even though the Fed indicated the central bank may raise interest rates twice in 2016, chances are mortgage rates won’t move dramatically higher anytime soon.
A study of mortgage information has shown that the average American needs a $51,000-plus annual salary to afford an average home. Learn more here.
Inventory is down across the country, giving sellers an advantage. Here are the markets where buyers have it worst, and where they have the upper hand.
Here are four reasons your home may be sitting on the sidelines—and how to get it back in the game.
According to Zillow, in the third quarter of 2015 the total number of underwater homeowners is a bit over six million, a decrease of one million over the previous quarter. Are homeowners finally recovering from the housing crash?
Your home is your castle, and it is also a potential source of tax savings. Learn what deductions are available to you for the 2015 tax year.
The spring home buying season is right around the corner and strong data from December indicates it will be a healthy period.
Don’t just assume your existing policy is adequate. Now’s your chance to consider whether you need to add or drop coverage.
Nobody likes paying property taxes, but they are an essential part of housing. Discover which states have the highest property tax burdens.
Lumber Liquidators rallied after U.S. regulators said the retailer’s China-made laminate flooring carries low risks of causing cancer.
There are a lot of creative ways to make an extra buck. Unfortunately for Emerson College sophomore Jack Worth, his way may have been a little too creative.
How you plan and budget your finances can have a big effect on whether or not you can qualify for a home loan. For sound financial planning purposes, eliminating the expenses in your life that contain the highest interest rates first is generally a good approach. After all, why pay more interest, right? But it's not always that simple...
Mortgage shopping can be an overwhelming experience for first-time homebuyers, and is not a walk in the park even for the experienced buyer.
Misconceptions about mortgage options can keep veterans from exploring their hard-earned home loan benefits.
Investing in real estate can be risky. If you're thinking about putting money into a rental property, it's a good idea to consider the cost of keeping up...
Tech tools are making getting a home loan more streamlined than ever before, but can they cut out the paper trail entirely?
Take these measures to get rid of that pesky PMI.
It’s the same every time a big winter storm approaches: the grocery shelves are stripped of food, the liquor store empties out of everything but crème de menthe, and the local hardware store sells out of snow shovels, salt and snow blowers.
Get ready for a year of home value growth in these metros.
This week's stock markets drama could mean good news for home buyers.