Mortgages To Be Trickier and Costlier in 2014
Consumers shopping for a home might want to pick up the pace: Getting a mortgage will likely become more challenging and costly next year. Loan ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on September 11, 2013
Will S&P Downgrade Affect Mortgage Interest Rates?
Standard & Poor downgraded the U.S.'s credit rating on Friday, despite Congress reaching a deal in the final hours on the debt ceiling crisis ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on August 8, 2011
According to WSJ, Kentucky Borrowers Have More Trouble Getting Mortgages
A recent analysis in the Wall Street Journal concludes that Kentucky was one of the most difficult states in 2010 for borrowers to get a loan or ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 27, 2011
U.S. Halts Mortgage Fees To Three Big Banks
The Obama administration on Thursday halted payments to three of the largest U.S. banks until they make “substantial” improvements to ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on June 9, 2011
Americans Shed Mortgage Debt At Record Pace
Low interest rates, defaults and refinancings have shaved more than $100 billion off the nation's annual mortgage bill — an amount comparable ...
Posted by Jay Gulick on May 16, 2011