Adjustable-rate mortgages make sense for some homeowners planning to refinance their loans.
Hit a traffic jam of bad news on the way to refinancing your mortgage? Here's what to do.
Many buyers don't consider it. Here's how to ensure your title search and coverage is right for you.
Making payments a month early reduces the interest expense on a simple-interest mortgage.
Your mortgage application has been rejected. Fear not: Here are some tips to deal with it.
The federal economic stimulus plan aims to help homebuyers and the housing market.
Here's a guide to finding out what type of mortgage you have, and its terms and conditions.
There are few options for someone in bankruptcy and who's already modified the mortgage once.
Low rates and housing prices are making it attractive to buy a home. How long will it last?
Follow these tips to get the best mortgage rate, whether you're buying your first home or refinancing.
There are refinancing programs to fix your mortgage. But you'll still need a clean credit report.
Mortgage deals and incentives give first-timers their best opportunity to buy in recent history.
Driven by job loss, two out of 15 mortgages were past due or in foreclosure in the second quarter.
Consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren explains how stronger rules will protect mortgage consumers.
It's likely a mistake to raid a 401(k) retirement fund and use the funds for a mortgage refinance.
A homeowner planning to move in a few years likely can handle the possibility of rising LIBOR rates.
A choice now about whether to pay down the first or second mortgage won't slow a future foreclosure.
We answer 10 questions about how the required Home Affordable Modification trial period works.
Borrowers may like lower payments, but a mortgage that lasts four decades isn't always best.
The Internet is where it's at when selling homes these days. Is your selling agent wired?