In the midst of an economic downturn and with neighbors in close proximity, how best can today's urban chic create a gardening oasis?
New homes in 2015 will be smaller, greener and more casual.
This new paperback edition of Style and Grace showcases the stylish, elegant, and, above all, unique homes of distinguished African American professionals and entertainers, by the premier expert on the architectural history of Harlem.
Are you a District of Columbia homeowner facing foreclosure? If so, the city has a foreclosure mediation program that could help you save your home.
Nobody keeps track of how many people have paid off their mortgage and either purposely or accidentally let their insurance lapse. But you may have a relative in the same position. If they've paid off their mortgage, they must remember ...
A few days ago, HUD released data showing that more 620,000 troubled homeowners received more than $50 billion in principal reductions and savings.
A tour of homes usually features high-end properties with lavish furnishings. But a recent tour of homes in Prince George’s County had a different focus – affordability.
More than 350 participants attended the D.C. Housing Authority's inaugural event to connect once-homeless veterans with opportunities for jobs, financial planning and homeownership.
It was an exciting day for Selivia Diggs on April 11 when she was given the keys to her new home with a mortgage less than apartment rent.
Beginning April 12, checks will begin going into the mail for 4.2 million mortgage borrowers who were in the foreclosure process in 2009 or 2010 and who likely experienced robo-signing or other deficiencies by their mortgage servicer.
A broad coalition of state and national organizations is pushing to preserve a key federal program that has helped more than 1.1 million troubled homeowners and reduced mortgage payments by a median savings of $546 each month.