HARP is an acronym which stands for the Home Affordable Refinance Program. It is a government program offered by the Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. It was established in March 2009 in an effort to provide assistance to approximately 5 million homeowners who were holding underwater mortgages. HARP was especially designed … Continued
Archive for February, 2015
As the demand for housing continues to rise, will the supply be able to keep pace? Find out in our latest blog post.
Considering a USDA mortgage for your next home purchase? Read our latest blog post for a review of the pros and cons associated with this loan program.
Recent data from the MBA shows both mortgage credit availability and mortgage application volume increased last week. Read our blog for details.
Recent housing data from CoreLogic reveals that homeowner equity increased $800 billion in 2014, leading the overall proportion of underwater homes to fall to 10 percent. Read more on this significant development in our latest blog post.
If you’ve never listed your home for sale before, you might not know exactly what to expect. From potential buyer traffic to open house etiquette, this post reviews a few common aspects of listing a home for sale.
If you’re thinking about buying investment property, read these frequently asked questions first!
See how buying a home could be easier with lower mortgage rates and relaxed credit guidelines.
According to data from the NAHB, builder confidence is holding steady for the month of January. Get the details and see what builders predict for the future of the market in our latest blog post.