The difference is so small that it's almost meaningless, but lending executives are still surprised at how low the rates are.
This is just one point in a new Census Bureau report on the recession's ongoing impact on Americans, long after it ended.
The average size of new homes has rebounded beyond precrisis levels, but today's buyers tend to be older and richer.
The 5-acre property has a 13-bedroom main house, a guest mansion, tennis cottage, pool house -- and plenty more.
The tycoon is on the warpath after New York state's attorney general sued him for $40 million over 'fraudulent' advertising claims.
Rules give the mortgage companies two years to account for bad loans, which a federal watchdog says is way too long.
The vacation spot for presidents and the wealthy is a very different place once summer ends and jobs for the middle class dry up.
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