Posts Tagged ‘housing’

Is Government About to Make Mortgage Market Even Worse?

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

There’s really nobody out there in the mortgage market, other than Fannie and Freddie, and their loan limits as well as tight underwriting are pricing many potential buyers/borrowers out of the housing market.

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Is Government About to Make Mortgage Market Even Worse?

Debts Increase, and Go Unpaid, As Bust Erodes Home Equity

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Homeowners borrowed a trillion dollars from banks during the housing boom, using the soaring value of their houses as security. Now struggling borrowers are unable or unwilling to pay it back, the NY Times reports.

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Debts Increase, and Go Unpaid, As Bust Erodes Home Equity

Housing Plunge After Tax Credit? Maybe, but Short-Lived

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

The retreat in the housing market after the government halted its hefty tax credit should not last long, analysts say, and the market may resume its path to stability.

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Housing Plunge After Tax Credit? Maybe, but Short-Lived