It’s Difficult for Manufactured Home Borrowers to Reap the Benefits of Historically Low Interest Rates
Manufactured home borrowers face the greatest obstacles in refinancing are have been unable to take advantage of the low interest rates.
Renters Living in Units Owned by Mom-and-Pop Landlords Are Struggling to Pay Rent More Than Those Living in Large Multifamily Buildings
With the distribution of emergency rental assistance funds slowly picking up and the national eviction moratorium ending last month, real-time data that reflect the financial health of renters is critical.
How can changes in local and federal policy improve housing stability, housing affordability, and wealth building opportunities for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities?
The FHA’s New Loss Mitigation Waterfall Will Offer Much-Needed Relief to Borrowers Exiting Forbearance
Evidence suggests the FHA’s low-documentation modification will greatly improve the take-up rate and increase the number of successful modifications.
How to Leverage Behavioral Science to Get Emergency Rental Assistance into the Hands of Vulnerable Households Faster
Strategies local program administrators can use to speed rental relief delivery as federal eviction protections start to run out
Fannie Mae’s Decision to Incorporate Rental Payments into the Mortgage Origination Process Will Expand Access to Homeownership Over Time
Data show housing payment history is a powerful predictor of mortgage performance.
How the repurposing of guarantee fees can support affordable housing and underserved market priorities.
Assistance could be a lifeline for many tenants and landlords, providing vital funding for much-needed preservation of their homes and properties.
Increasing Diversity in the Appraisal Profession Combined with Short-Term Solutions Can Help Address Valuation Bias for Homeowners of Color
Addressing the lack of diversity in the appraiser industry could improve outcomes for Black and Hispanic communities.