The average student loan debt loads are not enough by themselves to prevent graduates in almost the entire country from purchasing a home, according to RealtyTrac, a real estate data firm.
Real estate data firm says student loans alone aren't enough to keep college graduates from buying a home.
Real estate data firm finds that 96% of the nation’s housing markets are affordable for recent college graduates.
Investors may be pouring less cash into houses, according to RealtyTrac.
A new RealtyTrac report says investors and other cash buyers purchased fewer homes in 2Q2014.
Information about a financed property's tax, deed and other records can be used by credit unions to cross sell HELOCs, refis and more.
Lengthy foreclosure process still a drag in some markets, online tracking firm says.
The market appears to have made significant progress digesting the large number of foreclosed properties left over from the housing finance crisis.
An executive whose previous firm advised homeowners looking to walk away from their mortgages says credit unions and other financial institutions should consider many of those same homeowners as potential new mortgage borrowers.
RealtyTrac says sales of foreclosed homes accounted for less real estate sales in the third quarter of 2011 from both the prior quarter and the year before.