Survey shows spike in 1st-time homebuyers
SAN DIEGO — The housing market welcomed a bigger share of first-time buyers and single women this past year, while a majority of sellers resorted to dialing down prices to get their homes sold, a new homebuyer survey shows.
Plans to encase Detroit home in ice move forward
Hawaii foreclosure filings remain high
HONOLULU — A real estate research firm reports there were 925 foreclosure filings in Hawaii in October as distressed homeowners continued to deal with layoffs, furloughs and wage cuts.
Foreclosures dip 3 pct. in October from September
Report: 10 states face looming budget disasters
Home sales in Washington state rise in 3rd quarter
5 pct. of Americans plan to buy a home next year
Lawsuit to block foreclosures in Minn. dismissed
Looking for land in all the right places
LOS ANGELES — The housing bust left homebuilders with plenty of red ink on their books as they walked away from swaths of land they no longer needed.
Fannie Mae offers borrowers option to foreclosure
Fannie Mae to rent out homes instead foreclosing
British lawmakers face tighter new expense regime
Pulte Homes posts $361.4M loss for Q3
Pulte Homes Inc. lost $361.4 million in the third quarter, but with the acquisition of Centex Corp., the homebuilder’s new orders increased by more than a third.
Outdoor lighting tips: How to brighten the night
Stocks surge on manufacturing, housing data
September pending home sales rise 6.1 percent
Stocks gain at open ahead of manufacturing data
Ahead of the Bell: Pending Home Sales
WASHINGTON — An index that tracks signed contracts to buy previously occupied homes is expected to remain unchanged in September after rising for seven straight months, indicating that housing demand remains strong.
Feds taking action against reverse mortgage lender
Correction: Pennsylvania Foreclosures story
Meltdown 101: Why did GDP rise _ and will it last?