Regulators suspended plans to cut FHA premiums.
Nordea Bank CEO Casper von Koskull speaks about mortgage lending and monetary policy in Europe.
At the Senate Finance Committee hearing for his confirmation to be secretary of the Treasury Department, Steven Mnuchin answers questions about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and his position on "recap and release."
Steve Mnuchin had a highly unusual name-drop during his confirmation hearing Thursday: the Octomom.
The New York attorney general's office is investigating reverse-mortgage servicing companies, including a unit of the bank Treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin ran.
The new year brings new challenges for the homebuilding industry, specifically higher mortgage rates.
Refinance volume rose 7 percent for the week, spurred by HUD saying the FHA would lower its insurance premium by 25 basis points.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $7.2 billion in a settlement over misleading investors in residential mortgage-backed securities.
Singapore’s once-bubbly property market has been stabilizing after a slew of cooling measures, the city-state’s central bank chief said.
Small investors are getting a boost from firms using extensive data to help them become owners of rental homes in cities across the country.
Trump HUD nominee Ben Carson did promise to "not play favorites for anyone."
Radio show host Hugh Hewitt and Jimmy Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, weigh in on the Trump administration possibly capping mortgage interest deduction.
Robert Shiller, Yale University, shares his thoughts on the health of the U.S. economy.
Robert Shiller, Yale University weighs in on how rising rates may impact the housing market.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest detail on mortgage applications and the housing market.
I didn't vote for Trump but let's hope for the best, says Robert Shiller, Yale University, providing insight to what's driving optimism in the housing market.
Caution in the new year among investors was enough to put a little juice back into the mortgage market. Here's how.
Millions of borrowers are being lifted from underwater on their mortgages, but higher rates are having negative effects.
The FHA says borrowers will save an average $500 this year.
The Federal Housing Administration will reduce annual premiums, saving homeowners about $500 this year.
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