The homeownership rate in the Black community was at nearly 50 percent a dozen years ago. Today, the figure stands at 41.5 percent and could get worse, experts warn.
Results from an Apartment List study reveals that while most renters in D.C. are relatively satisfied with life in the nation's capital, they wrestle with concerns such as quality of local schools, state and local taxes, safety and affordability/cost of ...
Although many American families have modest financial means, there is nothing small about their hopes. Owning a home has long been an important part of the American dream.
The Department of Housing and Community Development partnered with the Greater Washington Urban League to host their eighth annual D.C. Housing Expo and Home Show on June 11 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Wells Fargo is proud to again be title sponsor of this special supplement published by The Washington Informer to display our commitment to helping those who aspire to become sustainable homeowners.
Building upon their history of responsible lending, Wells Fargo & Company recently launched a new home loan program that will enable more first-time homebuyers and low- to moderate-income consumers to achieve one of the pinnacles of the American dream: homeownership.
Many Americans say they want to be homeowners and they think now is a good time to buy, but many people may be holding back because of some persistent myths about what it takes to qualify for a loan.
For most Americans homeownership is a dream come true. For some consumers, particularly those who have complex income and/or high net worth, a home purchase also is viewed as a very important part of their wealth management strategy.
2016 Prince George's County Housing Fair Returns Saturday, June 11 with New Panels, New Features and a Chance to Win Up to $10,000!
Mark your calendar and make plans to attend the annual Prince George's County Housing Fair on Saturday, June 11.
D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development will partner with the Greater Washington Urban League and others for a free event in which District residents and business owners can learn more about housing and community development plans.
With housing costs in greater Washington continuing to climb, homeownership may seem like a distant dream for many Washingtonians. However, Sandy Spring Bank has taken steps to make home ownership more affordable.
Are you a District homeowner facing foreclosure? If so, the District of Columbia has resources that could help you save your home.
Much has been written about reverse mortgages, both pro and con.
Experts say that when it comes to your home, it doesn't hurt to have the best-looking property on the block.
If you're looking to make a big change around the house, tidying up can make all the difference.