Delinquencies continue to fall to new pre-recession lows, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
While foreclosures fall, ATTOM Data exec says looser regulations could threaten the improvements.
While mortgage originations fell from Q3 to Q4 2016, fewer were made during Q4 2015.
Offering mortgage products is critical as the demand for home financing grows and selecting the right partner will help determine success.
A new report finds while fewer homeowners are underwater, pain lingers in their pockets.
Prices are so good that most residents can’t afford to buy a home in 25% of metro areas.
RealtyTrac reports while foreclosures are back to pre-recession levels, the market may be in danger of overheating.
Nearly 20% of counties grow less affordable in Q2 2016, with Kings County, N.Y., being the least affordable.
Could the home flipping trend overheat the housing market?
Firm finds U.S. foreclosures are at their lowest level since Q4 2006.