When you see a home listed for sale “as-is” what comes to mind? Terms like fixer-upper, disrepair, and money pit? Or, bargain, opportunity, and investment?
When weather, accidents, acts of terrorism or war, and most recently, a pandemic, prevents your deal from being finalized a force majeure clause can save the day.
Low mortgage rates and an affordable housing market pushes Northeast Wisconsin’s housing market to flourish
Historically low mortgage rates are making homeownership more affordable for homebuyers at all stages of life. But for nearly 45 million Americans, student loans are standing in the way of their homeownership dreams.
Across New Jersey, homes are hitting the market on Monday and selling for tens of thousands of dollars over asking price by the weekend.
The Affordable Housing Program has worked with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas to help thousands of homeowners repair their homes.
A Michigan developer has presented an idea that would use Tax Increment Financing to confront the ongoing moderate-priced housing inventory issue.
Conn. Sen. Martin Looney has backed a proposed property tax reform bill that would help to address the property tax burden for low and middle-income owners in the state.
Most house hunters have been searching for at least 3 months! Are you one of them? Learn why Americans are still searching for their dream.
Buying a house can be difficult. But what about one that’s not even built yet?
Getting your finances together to buy a home isn’t always a walk in the park. Check out these tips from the Washington Post to make your financial planning process less stressful.