Stung by the crash of the housing market, some struggling homeowners are
using a provision of the
bankruptcy code to eliminate second mortgages.
Fixed mortgage rates remain below 5%, and fewer home buyers seem to be opting for adjustable-rate loans.
For home buyers who need to finance their purchase using a mortgage, a cash buyer can be their worst enemy.
In today's super-competitive real estate market, any little edge can help make your house more desireable.
Mortgage lenders call it "dual tracking," but for homeowners struggling
to avoid foreclosure, it might go by another name: the double-cross.
Homes are more affordable these days, the selection is abundant, and
interest rates are still fairly low. For some, it's a
great time to buy.
Minority real estate professionals
complain that regulatory remedies are doing little to
improve access for minorities to homeownership.
Being covered against severe damage to your home or business is essential.
To entice buyers, banks are spending big bucks.
Loc Chau obtained an FHA adjustable-rate loan and moved into his three-bedroom condo in January.