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The administration asks for funds to help 4.7 million low-income families afford rent, requesting about $4 billion more than what Congress approved for fiscal 2015.
The developers of the nation’s most widely-used credit score formula unveiled a plan designed to demystify the numbers.
Study: Among middle-aged adults with chronic health conditions, getting more sick can cost them their homes.
Attorneys for lenders frustrated by delays in the city's foreclosure system came up with a plan.
In a speech in Phoenix, Obama will announce that the Federal Housing Administration is lowering the fees it will charge borrowers, and will work to encourage lenders to make more FHA loans.
It turns out that doubling-up really is a valuable safety net for families with kids.
The poor performance comes at a time when many factors should be working in favor of home sales.
Research suggests that gas prices affect where people choose to live, where builders decide to build, and maybe even home values.
A Fannie Mae survey suggests that 2015 will not be a breakout year for the housing market.
Study: There are three pricing strategies that home sellers adopt, and one yields more money than the rest.