While the nation recognized National Homeownership Month in June, the fight to protect and preserve the American Dream endures all year long.
Veterans who secure loans through the VA’s Home Loan Guaranty Program will no longer have a capped amount on what they can borrow.
The 24 millionth VA loan was recently given to Army Sgt. 1st Class William Kopf, an Active Guard Reserve Soldier.
Mortgage rates at the end of May dipped below four percent for the first time in 16 months and have now dropped a full percentage point since November.
If you’re ready to tackle an overgrown garden, take on the repair jobs you’ve been side-eyeing all winter or are just focused on the topic of homeownership, the following podcasts are for you.
Many rural residents today are struggling to find affordable housing, keep their homes in good repair or simply keep their homes at all.
In June new listings in the Chattanooga region decreased 7.9 percent to 1,283. Pending sales were up 11.1 percent to 982. Inventory levels shrank 6.3 percent to 2,794 units.
As home prices rise and inventory tightens up across the country, states and cities are proposing innovative solutions to provide more homes to more people.
Home sales prices continued to rise in New York State in May, while the inventory of homes for sale also inched upwards for the sixth consecutive month.
The number of homebuyers in Pennsylvania looking to downsize from their current home is trending downwards, while those looking to upsize has increased, according to a recent survey.
Lawmakers in Olympia recently completed a landmark legislative session for housing in the state of Washington.
Voters overwhelmingly agreed to raise property taxes for public education by $28.8 million over the span of 10 years.