What Will Congress Do About Banks Too Big To Fail?
Mortgage & Finance | 4 min read
What Will Congress Do About Banks Too Big To Fail? With the economy doing better it may seem like an odd time to worry about the issue of “too bi
Will Faulty Unemployment Numbers Doom The Real Estate Recovery?
Mortgage & Finance | 6 min read
Will Faulty Unemployment Numbers Doom The Real Estate Recovery? Every month the unemployment figures come out and every month they’re a strange brew of fact a
How Recession Refugees Are Moving Real Estate
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
How Recession Refugees Are Moving Real Estate It’s been a long climb but real estate prices nationwide should soon top the levels last seen
Can The FHA Fix The First-Time Buyer Gap?
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
Can The FHA Fix The First-Time Buyer Gap? There’s no doubt that 2014 was a year of recovery for real estate. Prices were up, equity increase
Can Private Banking Prevent The Next Mortgage Crisis?
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
Can Private Banking Prevent The Next Mortgage Crisis? Jim Herbert has a better idea, one that could change the lending system nationwide. It’s an exampl
Will Mortgage Rates Fall In 2015?
Mortgage & Finance | 6 min read
Will Mortgage Rates Fall In 2015? Mortgage rates are supposed to rise in 2015, at least that’s the prediction from the housing indus
Is Real Estate Ownership Now Beyond Reach?
Real Estate Investing | 6 min read
Is Real Estate Ownership Now Beyond Reach? Real estate predictions for the coming year suggest both increased sales and higher prices, but will
Will New Government Protections Produce Fewer Mortgage Hassles?
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
Will New Government Protections Produce Fewer Mortgage Hassles? With tens of millions of mortgages outstanding it might seem as though every possible loan question
Will Changing Lender Standards Mean Less Borrower Paperwork?
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
Will Changing Lender Standards Mean Less Borrower Paperwork? Since the first days of Wall Street Reform lenders have complained that the standards are too tight.