Adjustable-rate mortgages get a bad rap. But they can actually be a good choice for some people. Here’s what you need to know.
New mortgage lending forms and rules go into effect on October 1. These changes are designed to make it easier for buyers to comparison shop.
Buying a home in a retirement community can be a reward for a lifetime of hard work, but there are also some special things you should consider.
People often feel like they need more space as they add children to their families. But a growing family comes with a different set of housing needs—here are some things to consider as you look for your perfect home.
Buying a house means a lot of paperwork, but some simpler forms are coming to help you understand your loan terms better.
Here are some things to think about when you’re looking at buying an older home.
The HUD is introducing a new underwriting handbook, which will be effective September 14, 2015. Find out how the handbook’s policy changes will affect FHA loans.
We’re all familiar with websites that estimate a home’s value. Where do those numbers come from?
In the age of real estate websites, it might be tempting to buy or sell a home yourself; however, a good real estate agent can still save you time, worry, and money, and is well worth the investment.
As the housing market picks up for the spring and summer, make sure you’re a competitive buyer by following these three tips.