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Mortgage application dropped to a six-year low, as negotiations to end the government's partial shutdown and avert a U.S. debt default wavered.
Economist Robert Shiller is saying home prices look reasonable. CNBC's Diana Olick, and Shari Olefson, CEO of The Carnegie Group. "There is an argument to be made for bubble 2.0," explains Olick.
Discussing the impact of the government shutdown on housing, with Peter Murphy, Home Encounter CEO & real estate agent. "Functionally, we're not seeing a big impact to the housing market yet," he says.
The USDA's Rural Development Mortgage Program offers a no down payment, 30-year fixed government loan for rural homeowners. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the impact of the government shutdown to these loans.
Offering a 30-year fixed loan requiring no down payment, the USDA program was designed to help rural families, but it isn't processing any loans.
Despite beating earnings estimates this morning, mortgage applications revenue plunged due to rising rates. Timothy Sloan, Wells Fargo CFO, says the mortgage business is not the only one at Wells Fargo.
Bank analyst Dick Bove told CNBC he's not particularly concerned about a significant drop off in mortgage orginations at Wells Fargo for Q3.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the details of SunTrust's settlement with DOJ, HUD and the Fed.
If the U.S. defaults, what is the impact to housing? Jed Kolko, Trulia chief economist, discusses the potential impact to mortgage rates and lending.
The number of U.S. homes set on the path to foreclosure slid to a seven-year low in the third quarter, reflecting an improving housing market.
Some lenders will not do them at all without tax verification from the IRS. Others are delaying the process.
Two percent of the staff at the Federal Housing Administration staff is working, and many lenders are not moving ahead on jumbo mortgages. CNBC's Diana Olick reports
Kevin Freel, realtor for Century 21 Beggins provides a look at hot homes in Tampa. This week's power house is listed for $1.4 million
David Stevens, Mortgage Bankers Association CEO, explains how an extended government shutdown will likely impact the mortgage market, the IRS and the economy.
Josh Rosner, Graham Fisher & Co, shares his thought on how to fix Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The large growth in new apartment product will meet head on with strong demand, and is therefore unlikely to cause any easing in rents.
The government shutdown could wreak havoc on mortgage refinances. CNBC's Diana Olick has the details.
The shutdown, if lengthy enough, could hit home mortgage refinances as well, delay rate locks and result in costly extension fees.
Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans founder & chairman, reveals his latest plans for revitalizing and refurbishing the "Motor City," as it goes through bankruptcy.
The budget gridlock in Washington is affecting the mortgage business, LendingTree Founder and CEO Doug Lebda said Friday.
The chances Congress would pass significant housing reform this midterm election year are fairly slim, POLITICO's Ben White says.
A new report found "significant deficiencies" in DOJ's ability to report accurately on its mortgage fraud efforts.
A new study says 10 percent of all renters want to buy a home this year, but they face tight credit and higher prices.