CNBC's Diana Olick reports on mortgage applications rising for the second straight week and non-bank lenders gaining huge market share.» Read More
Home prices continued to increase in January despite slowing growth and seasonal weakness, a closely watched index showed on Tuesday.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose 3.1 percent from January, according to the National Association of Realtors.
In a growing number of foreclosure cases, lenders may never be able to seize the homes because the state statutes of limitations have been exceeded.
Unlike during the housing boom, some house flippers can't get mortgages to ply their trade. Instead they are turning to crowdfunding.
Mortgage applications soared to the highest level since January last week, thanks to the lowest interest rates since February.
How will the rise in applications for home mortgages impact the housing market? CNBC's Courtney Reagan zeros in on that.
The pace of new home sales in February jumped to the highest level in seven years, but it may be all about demand and the lack of supply.
Ocwen said it will sell $25 billion of residential mortgage servicing rights to Nationstar Mortgage Holdings.
David Stevens, Mortgage Bankers Association president & CEO, discusses the outlook for both mortgage finance giants and why homeowners are still dependent on the product.
Patrick Newport, U.S. economist at IHS Global Insight, outlines the factors behind February's "disappointing" homes sales, but says the data will pick up later this year.
Total home sales are still running below expectations for the year. Don't blame winter weather, though. Blame the lack of inventory.
The buzz about another possible bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac doesn't make any sense, says Dick Bove. Here's why.
Ocwen Financial has rebutted allegations that the company was responsible for poor mortgage-servicing practices, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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Companies moving to this Southern city are boosting housing demand, resulting in prices rising 8 percent in February from a year ago.
Foreclosure activity fell to the lowest rate in nearly nine years as banks started the process on fewer homes and scheduled fewer auctions.
A tiny pullback in interest rates did nothing to improve mortgage application volume. The numbers are seasonally adjusted.
Temperatures are warming and potential homebuyers are coming out to shop, but they are finding little for sale.
U.S. housing starts plunged to their lowest level in a year in February as harsh weather kept builders at home.
Despite warming weather in much of the nation, U.S. home builders are steadily losing faith in their business.
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