The latest news on mortgages
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve wants to find a clearer way to signal to the public when it might start raising interest rates.
The Federal Reserve's bond-buying program has helped push rates to at least a 60-year low.
Refinancing is booming, but the surge could elbow out new purchase applications.
Banks are to blame for the mortgage crisis, and they should be the ones to fix it by forgiving debt.
In a brief overview of his housing policy, Romney promises action on the nation's housing woes.
A lower APR doesn't always equate to a better deal.
Call it a slow-release stimulus.
SmartAsset.com crunches thousands of numbers to help you decide whether to buy or rent.
Homeownership rate stays steady even as more houses are being sold.
Negative equity has the potential to make the foreclosure crisis much, much worse.