Yes, getting a mortgage takes work. It's not impossible (if your credit's good).
Open houses are a great way for first-time homebuyers to get out into the market and see what homes are available and to meet realtors.
The 20% down that many lenders require before issuing a mortgage is making the dream of owning a home less of a reality for some. But there's help if you know where to look.
The housing market took a hit from the harsh weather that swept across the U.S. early this year. Is it finally time for a spring awakening?
Everyone knows to sell a home they have to de-clutter and make any obvious repairs, but there's more than just those moves to create a hot listing.
A new study finds monthly mortgage originations have fallen to their lowest recorded point in 14 years in February, but real estate sales are staying relatively strong during the same month. How...
Frustrated with your mortgage company? Make the servicer listen and take action.
In a seller’s market the gloves come off and would-be buyers need to act fast, think outside the box and be prepared to work at the home-buying process.
Listing agents often argue that in our digital world, open houses are a waste of time, but we aren't ready to do away with them quite yet.