Brokers share tips for working with unmarried buyers, as well as their stories of going through the experience themselves — for better or for worse.
Whether it’s a group of friends investing in a multi-unit building or a couple that sees no need to tie the knot before buying a home together, agents and buyers have plenty of reason to understand the distinctions between different
Mortgage lenders and developers regularly find themselves working with a team of agents or brokers, which comes with its own advantages and common
Two new policies in the works have the potential to reshape the way homebuyers access credit through programs backed by the U.S.
This summer, the mortgage industry has good news for veterans in high-cost real estate markets thanks to the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act, recently signed into law. But the bill was nearly bad news for those interested in VA
The mortgage lending industry and its public referees have responded to short-term rentals with more accommodation than restriction, a positive development for homeowners who hope to earn income through a short-term rental platform. Not only is it possible for homeowners
When it comes to lending, the rules seem to change weekly. To help keep you in the know, it’s wise to seek the expertise of lending professionals like the ones featured in this story, who opened up to us
Top-producing agents differentiate themselves by providing their developers consulting advice prior to the construction phase. Agents provide crucial information that can ensure the development meets all lender guidelines, so that sales can close once construction is complete. Here are
A new bill introduced earlier this week aims to change long lender delays with short
Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the two government-controlled mortgage entities, have announced that they will freeze all foreclosure evictions on mortgage loans they own or back from Dec. 20, 2010 through Jan.3, 2011. “If the property is occupied, our