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S&P home price index finds surprising areas of strength and is up nearly 4% from its bottom in May 2009. Read more.
Who will the new program help? What does it change? When does it become effective? Read more.
It may also only delay some foreclosures that can't be prevented; however, that may ease home price declines. Read more.
Bank of America plans to forgive up to 30% of some customers' total mortgage balances; it estimates about 45,000 will qualify. Read more.
The Treasury hinted at planned long-term changes, emphasizing retention of the elements that already work well. Read more.
In Jan. 2010, 26% of national sales were cash, according to NAR. One year earlier, that number was 18%. Read more.
Rates, at 4.96%, held below 5% for the third straight week as the Fed prepares to end a program to keep them low. Read more.
Piggyback/home equity loans continue to slow modifications, but the Obama administration has a deal with two major lenders. Read more.
Buyers and refinancers say it's tough to get a mortgage, but it can be done with perseverance and a lot of work. Read more.
A rate hike isn't imminent, but the Fed will likely focus on how to deliver that message once the recovery gains steam. Read more.