Home / News (page 30)

News

Single-Family Rentals Over the Past Decade

After the financial crisis hobbled the housing industry back in 2008, the number of rented abodes skyrocketed. Today, that number continues to climb, as more people opt—for one reason or another—to live the leasing lifestyle, according to the Terner Center ...

Read More »

Five Star’s Ed Delgado Criticizes Senate HUD Nomination Hold

On Thursday, it was reported that U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Illinois) has placed a blanket hold on all nominations for vacant positions within the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Sen. Duckworth made this move after not receiving a ...

Read More »

Lawmakers React to Wells Fargo Fine

Wells Fargo will pay CFPB and OCC a billion dollars in fines for overcharging car insurance and mortgage loan consumers. Here’s what lawmakers from both sides are saying.

Read More »

Nationstar and Ocwen Announce Changes at the Top

It’s been a busy day for the mortgage and servicing industry. Both Nationstar and Ocwen announced major leadership changes on Thursday, with Nationstar naming its first COO in the form of Tony Ebers and Ocwen announcing that Glen Messina will ...

Read More »

Rental Payment History vs. Mortgage Delinquency Risk

Rental payment history is indicative of future mortgage loan performance and should be considered when individuals apply for mortgage loans, according to new research from the Urban Institute. “Access to mortgage credit remains overly tight in part because we are ...

Read More »

Debt and Regret Among Some Homebuyers

Purchasing a home is unquestionably one of the biggest expenditures most consumers will make in a lifetime. It’s exciting, it’s nerve-wracking, it’s fraught with decisions. And when you finally find the “perfect” space to call your own, it’s also nearly ...

Read More »

Examining Housing Inequality

It has been five decades since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act into law, one week after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. In honor of the anniversary, Trulia partnered with the National Fair Housing Alliance ...

Read More »

For More Affordable Homes, Move to the Middle

The Midwest is home to the most affordable housing markets in the United States, according to data from the National Association of Realtors. The Realtors Affordability Distribution Curve and Score examines the affordability of current housing inventory at various income ...

Read More »

The Real-World Impact of Home Prices

Mounting housing costs are taking their toll on quality of life in Los Angeles, causing more than half of residents to worry they may have to move, according to a new study from the University of California Los Angeles. About ...

Read More »

The Enthusiasm Gap: Why Homeowners Aren’t Eager to Sell

The latest report from Redfin shows that home sale prices in March were still on the way up—they were 9 percent higher than a year ago, closing the month at a median $297,000 nationally. But homes for sale were down ...

Read More »

GET YOUR DAILY DOSE OF DS NEWS

Featuring daily updates on foreclosure, REO, and the secondary market, DS News has the timely and relevant content you need to stay at the top of your game. Get each day’s most important default servicing news and market information delivered directly to your inbox, complimentary, when you subscribe.