Is the Housing Slowdown a Sign of a Double-Dip?
As unemployment and mounting foreclosures continue to bind the housing market, analysts fear a slide back into recession.
Read more >
Military Growth Drives Fastest Rise in Income
Jacksonville, N.C. tops the list of USA Today’s metro areas with the largest per-capita income gains from 2000 to 2009. See what other cities made the list.
Read more >
Government Mortgage-Aid Program Struggling
Only 32 percent of those who started the federal government’s mortgage-relief program have received permanent loan modifications and are making their payments on time.
Read more >
Mortgage Fraud Is on the Rise
Mortgage fraud rose 17 percent last year after falling the previous two years, as perpetrators turn to falsifying documents and identity theft to get loans.
Read more >
Investors Turn to Flipping for Quick Profits
House flipping is no longer an amateur’s game. Rehabbing foreclosed properties is becoming a lucrative business for investors.
Read more >
VA Expands Forbearance in the Gulf
All veterans affected by the recent oil spill will receive a forbearance to catch up on their mortgages, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Read more >
Advertisements