In recent weeks a consistent drum beat against predatory lending's small-dollar loans has reached regulators and legislators alike.
When it comes to assessing the nation's housing industry, one key measure that all housing industry stakeholders take note of is the annual Home Mortgage Disclosure Act report, which is commonly referred to as HMDA.
Buying a house or a piece of property to call your own is the American Dream. But, if you're African-American, that dream is becoming further out of reach.
The District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue announced Thursday that it has begun mailing more than 800 notices to senior property owners who may qualify for the Senior Citizen/Disabled Property Tax Relief.
Minorities will make up more than a third of U.S. households by 2025, according to a Harvard study released Thursday.
For a day, the District's convention center morphed into a one-stop shop for residents eager to purchase a new home, get interior design tips or talk to mortgage brokers.
A Northeast D.C. woman was the lucky winner of the House Lottery during Prince George's County 2014 Housing Fair on Saturday.
For the third consecutive year, Wells Fargo is extremely proud to be the title sponsor of The Washington Informer's Homeownership Month supplement.
When I was young man starting in the banking industry, I fell into the trap of believing the “myths of homeownership.” After years in the mortgage business, I now know a whole lot better and I want to dispel those ...
If you are asking the question should you remain a renter or act on the desire to become a homeowner, here are five benefits to think about while making that decision.
More often than not, residents have confused the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development with other housing agencies throughout the city. Well, this article will give a clear overview of who DHCD is, and whom it supports and serves.
This is a great opportunity for everyone to gain knowledge about the many DHCD programs available that can assist with your housing needs.
According to a recent survey by the Home Improvement Research Institute, the number of home improvement products purchased by women have increased over the years.
Leah has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry, including 20 years as a journeyman plasterer for a public agency, while Karen is a leading expert on women in trade apprenticeship programs which operate in the public sector.
Because a lot of people are unfamiliar with reverse mortgages, there is more than a little skepticism as to the merits of this program.