5 Reasons To Refinance Your MortgageIf you aren't sure whether or not to refinance your mortgage, here are a few things to consider.
Responsible Ways To Finance Home ImprovementsReady to start making those home improvements you've always wanted? Here are some of the best ways to find the money to make your home improvement happen.
Now That You Own A Home, Put It To Work For YouYou've owned your home for a while and you've built up some equity, thanks to years of good payment history. Now you can use that payment history to help reduce or even eliminate your debt.
Mortgage Rates On The Rise, Still Historically LowThe rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage went up, but not by much. However, it was enough to get the attention of everyone in the housing market.
What To Do With Your Tax RefundMost tax filers are getting a refund after they file their 2012 return. With the average refund running about $3,000, a lot of people will be thinking about what to do with the extra cash.
Record Low Interest Rates Driving Housing MarketRecord-low interest rates are pushing the housing market.
Clerical Error Puts Colorado Couple In ForeclosureA Colorado couple is fighting to save their home after their mortgage company made a clerical error that put them in foreclosure.
Homeowners Try To Avoid Foreclosure By Getting Loans ModifiedMany homeowners are trying to avoid foreclosure by getting their loans modified. But some are still running into problems.
Mortgage 'Trauma' Center Saving People From Housing DisastersBefore buying a home, many people want to make sure their finances are in order, so they ask their lender for pre-approval. Sometimes that pre-approval does not turn into a closed loan, leaving the home buyer in a lurch.
30-Year Mortgages Could Be A Thing Of The PastThe government's plan to overhaul its role in the mortgage business might mean the end of 30-year fixed mortgages. That's just one possibility as it tries to distance itself from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Bank Of America To Charge Fee To Pay Mortgage For Non-Bank CustomersA new policy change is about to take effect at one of the nation’s largest banks, and its mortgage customers need to know about it. Bank of America is adding a new fee to customers that don’t bank with them.