Senior Obama administration officials involved in housing policy discuss how they approached the housing crisis and lessons learned along the way.
Many minority borrowers hit the housing market at the worst time, and while some have recovered, too many are still paying for bad timing.
For-profit investors are offering loans to borrowers in exchange for a share of their home's equity. But is this a good deal for buyers in a bind?
The market is likely anticipating greater government spending and potential tax cuts that could increase demand and prices.
The evidence from the FHA and FHFA is unequivocal: loan sales programs are highly valuable to taxpayers, borrowers, and investors.
Lenders would have issued 6.3 million additional mortgages between 2009 and 2015 if lending standards had been more reasonable.
Demand for the financial services offered by community development financial institutions is growing, but CDFIs must strengthen their finances.