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Slight Increases in Mortgage Credit Defaults

Consumer credit defaults on first and second mortgages were up in October, according to the latest data from the

Mortgage applications for new home purchases last month were up eight percent year-over-year but where down two percent from September, according to the latest Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) Builder Application Survey (BAS) data

Mortgage Applications for New Homes Up Eight Percent YoY

Mortgage applications for new home purchases last month were up eight percent year-over-year but where down two percent from September, according to the latest

The southern states are in line to become the hottest housing markets, according to a new data analysis from Clear Capital

Clear Capital Forecasts 2017 Prominence in Southern Housing

The southern states are in line to become the hottest housing markets, according to a new data analysis from Clear Capital.

San Francisco city officials are upping the ante on the expansion of housing affordability options by issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a mixed-use development that will be at least 50 percent affordable housing

San Francisco Seeks Developer for Affordable Housing Plan

San Francisco city officials are upping the ante on the expansion of housing affordability options by issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a mixed-use development that will be at least 50 percent affordable housing.

Buffett: Trump "Deserves Everyone's Respect"

One of Donald Trump’s greatest housing industry critics is calling on the country to “coalesce” behind the President-Elect.

The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee is swatting away inquiries on becoming the next Secretary of the Treasury

Hensarling Declines Interest in Treasury Post

The chairman of the House Financial Services Committee is swatting away inquiries on becoming the next Secretary of the Treasury.

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Julian Castro sent a very mixed message in the aftermath of Tuesday’s election

HUD’s Castro: My Opinion of Trump Has Not Changed

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Julian Castro sent a very mixed message in the aftermath of Tuesday’s election, standing by his previous negative statements over President-Elect Donald Trump, while questioning his victory and preparedness for his new job.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) broke her silence over Tuesday’s election results by offering to work with President-Elect Donald Trump

“Frustrated” Warren Offers to Work With Trump

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) broke her silence over Tuesday’s election results by offering to work with President-Elect Donald Trump. However, the former Harvard professor and architect of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) expressed dismay at his ascendancy to the White House

NAMB Prepares for 2017 Following Election Day

During this year’s presidential campaign, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) became one of the most relentless critics of Republican candidate Donald Trump

Warren Remains Silent on Trump Victory

During this year’s presidential campaign, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) became one of the most relentless critics of Republican candidate Donald Trump, using speeches and social media to question his temperament and suggest that he profited from the 2008 housing crash.

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