If you had been under the impression that an improving economy gave you a short window of opportunity to get a mortgage at today’s low interest rates, today’s employment report should make you feel more optimistic.
Hear what economic forecasters have to say about oil prices, jobs, interest rates and your wallet.
With the economy growing by 295,000 jobs in February, it looks like rising mortgage rates are here to stay.
Every driver in America has witnessed what could be the first rule of energy prices: What goes down should eventually come back up.
The homeownership rate fell to its lowest point in more than 20 years in the final quarter of 2014.
The Fed sees falling oil prices as good news and bad news for the economy.
The retail report is the proverbial hot mess of numbers because of sales by auto dealers and gas stations, both moving in opposite directions.
When policymakers and pundits talk about home affordability, they usually discuss mortgage interest rates and student loan debt. But the underlying problem is slow wage growth.
A Federal Reserve survey finds the economy is doing OK, certainly better than the stock market.
Minutes from the last Fed meeting indicate the central bankers have an eye on Europe.