A recovering housing market is improving the repayment rate among borrowers.
The August jobs report is bad news for President Barack Obama but not for mortgage borrowers.
Borrowers getting a 30-year mortgage at 3.5 percent should really be getting a rate closer to 3 percent. Here is why.
France’s proposed top tax rate has some worrying about the rich fleeing the country.
Potential changes in the tax code have huge ramifications for the wealthy.
In the wake of Liborgate, could mortgages be pegged to a different benchmark?
The disappointing May jobs report released this morning means bad news for the economy and for investors, but not for mortgage rates. The unemployment rate inched up to 8.2 percent and the economy added only 69,000 jobs in May, says the Labor Department. Economists had expected at least 150,000 new jobs. It gets worse: revisions
Banks are initiating with fewer foreclosures, but still struggling with a backlog.
Despite low mortgage rates and home prices, the first quarter of this year saw the rate of homeownership fall …
President Obama’s proposed 2013 budget is asking a lot of the rich — specifically, $1.4 trillion in new tax burdens. The $3.8 trillion budget proposal includes higher tax rates for couples making at least $250,000 and individuals earning at least $200,000. Dividends for these Americans would be taxed as ordinary income — a whopping increase