Mortgage markets carved out a wide range last week before eventually closing close to unchanged on the week.
The new construction housing market appears primed for growth.
Despite sparse home inventory, the National Association of REALTORS reports that 4.59 million "existing homes" were sold in February on a seasonally-adjusted, annualized basis.
Home builder confidence in the newly-built, single-family housing market remains high.
The long awaited update to the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is finally here. Yesterday for the first time we were able to see some of the loan scenarios Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's new approval engine would accept and…
The new, revamped HARP program is now available. It was officially released Saturday, March 17, 2012 by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Mortgage markets worsened last week as the Federal Reserve's Federal Open Market Committee suggested economic recovery may be closer than its originally expected, and that inflation may be a near-term economic concern.
After a series of months during which volume was low, foreclosure filings have started to rise again.
The U.S. economy is expanding, fueled by a renewed consumer optimism and increased consumer spending.
Tuesday, the Federal Open Market Committee voted to leave the Fed Funds Rate unchanged within its current target range of 0.000-0.250 percent.