More people are refinancing into short-term loans. Is this right for you?
A no- or low-money-down mortgage is dangerous for the borrower, the lender, and, if enough of these loans are made, for the economy as a whole.
Lenders trying to collect billions of dollars in home equity loans face major obstacles. The battle rages: Is it right or wrong for borrowers to bail?
Consumers stay on the sidelines, expecting rates to remain low and housing prices to fall further.
Does it make more sense to buy or rent a home where you live? Three websites help provide answers.
Only new borrowers will be hit by rising mortgage insurance premiums next month. But there's also a consolation.
Should you refinance? With rates this low, it's something to consider, but it's not for everyone.
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