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FDIC proposes new insurance calculations for servicing advances

Published yesterday.

Small banks spooked by home price surge, survey shows

Published yesterday | Jon Prior.

A Big Reason You Can’t Afford A Home Is Unsolved Problems From 2008

Published yesterday | Erik Sherman.

Higher prices could be here to stay if the Fed doesn't act soon

Published yesterday | Paul R. La Monica.

Top 5 Multifamily Markets for Rent Growth

Published yesterday | Evelyn Jozsa.

U.S. home price growth sets another record as market stays hot

Published yesterday | Brad Finkelstein.

Home prices can't go straight up forever. But this probably isn't a bubble

Published yesterday | Matt Egan.

The best places to save your money: Money market accounts, savings accounts and CDs

Published yesterday | Libby Wells.

Current mortgage interest rates on July 27, 2021: Rates move up

Published yesterday | Justin Jaffe.

Today’s Best Mortgage and Refinance Rates, July 27, 2021: Rates still low

Published yesterday.

The End Of The Housing Boom Will Be When Mortgage Rates Rise In 2022

Published yesterday | Bill Conerly.

Five Steps To Make Your Best Offer In An Exploding Housing Market

Published yesterday | Nick Ron.

Why U.S. Home Prices Will Stay High

Published yesterday.

What Millennials’ Wellness Focus Means For The Housing Market

Published yesterday | Jamie Gold.

Is Institutional Capital Crowding Out Homebuyers? This Expert Says No.

Published yesterday | Les Shaver.

US home prices can't go straight up forever. But this probably isn't a bubble

Published yesterday | Matt Egan.

Doma CEO Max Simkoff on speeding up the timeline to go public

Published yesterday | Brad Finkelstein.

Yun: Vacation Markets Expected to Stay Hot

Published yesterday.

Las Vegas SFRs Trade for $25M

Published yesterday.

Today’s Mortgage Rates: July 27, 2021—Mortgage Rates Still Stay Unchanged

Published yesterday | Mitch Strohm.

Biden’s New Mortgage Relief Program Could Reduce Payments By 25%

Published yesterday | Natalie Campisi.

It’s Time For The CFPB To Empower Consumers With Their Data

Published July 26, 2021.

CD vs. saving account: Which should you choose?

Published July 26, 2021 | Libby Wells.

What is a checking account?

Published July 26, 2021.

Markets Are Expensive, But Some Stocks Aren’t

Published July 26, 2021 | John Dorfman.

U.S. new-home sales unexpectedly fall to lowest since April 2020

Published July 26, 2021 | Micah Green.

Earnings Palooza: Week Includes More Than One-Third Of S&P 500 Earnings, Fed Meeting

Published July 26, 2021.

South Florida's Real Estate Market is Hot. But Are Developers Ignoring Its Affordable Housing Crisis?

Published July 26, 2021.

Today's mortgage rates for July 26, 2021: Rates decrease

Published July 26, 2021 | Justin Jaffe.

Today’s refi rates decline – July 26, 2021

Published July 26, 2021.

Today’s mortgage and refinance rates, July 26, 2021 – Rates down

Published July 26, 2021.

What Slowdown? Freddie Mac Expects Housing Market to Remain Strong For 2021

Published July 26, 2021 | Ted Knutson.

Nonbank lenders balk at Ginnie Mae capital plan

Published July 26, 2021 | Kate Berry.

7 Most Affordable Lake Towns

Published July 26, 2021.

20 Cities With the Most Severe Housing Shortages

Published July 26, 2021.

Foreclosure Ban Nears End; White House Vows More Aid

Published July 26, 2021.

Calendar: What’s driving mortgage rates the week of July 26-30

Published July 26, 2021 | Jeff Ostrowski.

Should I pay off my mortgage early?

Published July 26, 2021 | Miranda Marquit.

Venmo Vs. PayPal: Which To Use And When

Published July 26, 2021 | Ben Gran.

Preview of the Fed meeting: 3 things to watch as officials eye pandemic inflection point

Published July 25, 2021 | Sarah Foster.

The Walmarts Of Wall Street Are Cashing In On Crypto, Here’s What Investors Need To Know

Published July 25, 2021.

President Biden And The Federal Government Want To Know How You’re Competing

Published July 25, 2021 | David Reichenberg.