Lower mortgage rates could put a damper on home buyers seeking typical 30-year mortgages as lenders could become stricter and require higher credit scores.
The Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise interest rates again until this summer or after the presidential election as the economy has faltered and remains weak.
The Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates when they meet this week, but could start hiking them next month. It's high time to lock in a low rate.
A spike in the 'Bandit Sign Index' and real estate professionals turning to trading may be the first indications that the housing market is doomed all over again.
Taxpayers may be on the hook again to finance the government-sponsored enterprises.
The first interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve in nearly a decade means consumers who have adjustable rates face higher mortgage payments.
The highly anticipated rate increase by the Federal Reserve today exhibits faith by the central bank that the U.S. economy is demonstrating signs of improvement.
With heighten speculation the Fed will raise rates in December, Cramer weighs in on why the Fed is the market's adversary.
As we approach the 10-year anniversary of the infamous 2006-2007 housing bubble, investors may wonder if another real estate crash is due? Not at all.
Brendan Coughlin, president of consumer lending at Citizens Bank, says that 55% of families have not done their financial homework before sending their children to college.
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