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In NW, a single-family home become an octo-condo

At 13th Street Flats, a development by Capital City Real Estate, the former dwelling is home to eight units.

Rules on bank risk in mortgage bonds being adopted

Federal regulators are proceeding with new rules that ease guidelines for banks selling mortgage securities and could mean fewer borrowers will need to make hefty down payments.

Like having a 'hefty mortgage without an actual house': Your student debt stories

Like having a 'hefty mortgage without an actual house': Your student debt stories

The stories of readers who are fighting under the weight of debt that's keeping them from moving on with their lives -- financially and otherwise.

Real Estate Matters | Setting a condo owner straight on association rules

Real Estate Matters | Setting a condo owner straight on association rules

The number of rental units in a building can affect a buyer's loan.

Top mortgage firm accused of abuses

Top mortgage firm accused of abuses

One of the nation's largest servicers of home loans may have denied struggling borrowers the chance to fix loan problems and avoid foreclosures, New York's financial regulator has alleged.

Mortgages could become easier to get under changes being mulled by regulator

Mortgages could become easier to get under changes being mulled by regulator

Regulator overseeing giants Fannie and Freddie wants to bring more buyers into housing market.

The drop in mortgage rates created a frenzy of refinancing. Should you jump in?

The drop in mortgage rates created a frenzy of refinancing. Should you jump in?

The turmoil that rocked the stock market this week helped push the average rate on a 30-year, fixed rate mortgage to just a whisker below 4 percent this week for the first time in 16 months.

House Lawyer | Cases illustrate importance of condo buyers' due diligence

House Lawyer | Cases illustrate importance of condo buyers' due diligence

Reviewing the pre-sale documents may not be enough.

Mount Vernon Square luxury condos offer excellent location, amenities

The residences at 939 and 941 M St. NW offer high-end luxuries and proximity to many upscale attractions.

Too cool for school: Historic D.C. school buildings find new life as condos

The 1893 Pierce School and other onetime school buildings are fertile ground for developers and architects.

Where condo sales are hottest in D.C.

Where condo sales are hottest in D.C.

Capitol Hill, Southwest Waterfront and Dupont Circle are among the most popular neighborhoods.

Behind the career: Marcia M. Davies, chief operating officer Mortgage Bankers Association

Behind the career: Marcia M. Davies, chief operating officer Mortgage Bankers Association

The new COO at the Mortgage Bankers Association has spent most of her career in the real estate finance industry.

New at the top: Marcia M. Davies is chief operating officer at Mortgage Bankers Association

Marcia M. Davies, new COO at the Mortgage Bankers Association, has extensive experience in the industry.

Reverse mortgages must be understood to avoid regrets

Seniors often take out reverse mortgages to tap into home equity, but there are traps to avoid.

Virginia drops JPMorgan from mortgage securities fraud lawsuit

Virginia is suing country's largest banks for misleading a state retirement fund.

Reverse mortgages no fast ticket to retirement easy street

The loans can help retirees strapped for cash, but borrowers need to be careful.

What Julian Castro and Henry Cisneros share in common beyond their jobs in HUD and San Antonio

What Julian Castro and Henry Cisneros share in common beyond their jobs in HUD and San Antonio

In the same job nearly two decades apart, both are championing homeownership.

Some lenders are denying home mortgages to women on maternity leave

Some lenders may be denying home mortgages to expectant mothers or those on maternity leave.

A look at who did (and didn't) get mortgages in the boom, bust and after

A look at who did (and didn't) get mortgages in the boom, bust and after

Hispanics and African Americans entered the housing market when it was priciest, and got shut out when home prices dropped, Urban Institute analysis says.

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