If coronavirus has taught us anything it’s that things change fast in this world and we’re not always the ones sitting in the driver’s seat.

The way our industry has dealt with

Another 1.5 million people filed for jobless benefits last week while the overall number of unemployed Americans dipped.

So-called initial claims totaled 1.5 million last week, the 11t

Mortgage rates in the U.S. tumbled to another all-time low this week as bond investors reacted to reports showing t

The Federal Reserve is urging its examiners to go easy on banks offering forbearance to borrowers impacted by COVID-19, and will be issuing additional guidance on the issue,

The Urban Institute recently published an

The COVID-19 pandemic upended just about everything this year, and that includes much of the home-buying process. A new

The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Wednesday extended the foreclosure and eviction moratorium for borrowers with mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and

On Wednesday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development