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It's going to be an uneven recovery, says Sean Aggarwal, Chief Financial Officer at Trulia, sharing his thoughts on the outlook on housing. We¿ve seen a very sustained recovery in 2014, says Aggarwal.
The number of U.S. homes on the path to foreclosure fell last year to a low not seen since before the high-flying days of the housing boom.
Erik Oja, S&P Capital IQ U.S. banks equity analyst, and Jason Goldberg, Barclays, managing director & senior equity analyst, break down Bank of America's 4Q earnings and discuss the big bank's upside potential.
The Mortgage Bankers Association lowered its 2014 forecast for originations by $57 billion. CNBC's Diana Olick looks into the year-over-year decline in mortgage lending rates.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports Wells Fargo saw a 60 percent drop in originations in Q4 from one year ago.
Dick Bove, vice president of equity research at Rafferty Capital, breaks down earnings reports for JPMorgan and Wells Fargo.
Rising interest rates and a sluggish housing recovery has prompted lower forecasts for mortgage originations this year.
The home improvement retailer offers a new tool, partnering with home renovation service Porch.com as the anti-DIY online.
Rising interest rates and a still slow housing recovery have some of the nation's largest banks reporting huge drops in residential mortgage originations and as CNBC's Diana Olick reports, the bulk of the drop is in refinance applications, expected to drop 60 percent in 2014 from 2013.
The tepid job participation rate reported Friday explains why so many people can't buy homes and why others are unable to save their homes.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) new back-to-basics mortgage rules are designed to create a safer and more flexible mortgage market, reports CNBC's Herb Weisbaum.
So-called door-kickers working for investors in foreclosed homes often get the first peek inside vacant properties.
The year's first foreclosure auction took place yesterday in Atlanta. CNBC's Diana Olick looks at the properties that sold and how easy it is to break into foreclosed homes bought sight unseen.
Foreclosures on delinquent properties by homeowner associations were almost unheard of before the financial crisis. Now they are becoming more common.
Nearly 3,000 properties were on the block at the year's first big foreclosure auction in Atlanta as buyers look for bargains to rehab, flip or rent.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the first major foreclosure auction taking place in Atlanta. Close to 100 properties will be sold ranging from $20,000 to $300,000.
Doug Lebda, LendingTree founder, chairman & CEO, shares his outlook on mortgage rates and the outlook for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Paul Louie, Managing Director, Asia Ex-Japan Property Research at Barclays says Hong Kong's housing affordability is a problem and expects property prices to drop by 30%.
The fact of the matter is the Fed has not begun to taper yet, the liquidity spigots are still wide open, says Matt Maley, Miller Tabak managing director, discussing why investors will have to wait and see how the Fed's taper decision will impact the markets in 2014. CNBC's Rick Santelli, weighs in.
Frank Keating, American Bankers Association president & CEO, discusses new fee increases for mortgages and explains the pressure it puts on the economy and rental markets.
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.