The Urban League has assisted many African-Americans in securing loans and embracing the benefits of homeownership.
This book contains more than 1,900 practical tips, easy fix-its, touch-ups, and make-rights for keeping your home problem free and preventing costly repairs.
The District of Columbia takes top billing on a new list of the 10 most stressful cities in the country.
Wells Fargo & Company's home lending division announced Monday that it will give away three $250,000 cash prizes to three contestants who submit, in words and images, their answer to the contest question: "What makes a place feel like a ...
The Prince George's County Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) will host the 2014 Housing Fair on June 14, with a lottery for a chance to purchase a selected house at below market rate.
Earlier this month Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette charged an organization known as Freedom by Faith Ministries with defrauding more than 100 consumers in Southeast Michigan. The alleged crime: foreclosure rescue scams.
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In celebration of National Fair Housing Month, about 70 people attended the "Sustaining Homeownership & Empowering First Time Homebuyers" Seminar held Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kingdom Square Mall in Capitol Heights, Md.
Although many economists claim the recession is over, millions of Americans are still reeling from its financial effects.
Although many economists claim the recession is over, millions of Americans, particularly in communities of color, are still reeling from its financial effects. New mortgage rules, effective Jan. 10, offer a strong foundation to begin rebuilding what has been lost.
Wells Fargo & Company, America's largest mortgage lender, and NeighborWorks America, a national nonprofit organization which creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes and improve their lives, announced Thursday more than 5,000 low- to moderate-income adults have become ...
With the annual holiday season approaching, many across the country will soon be celebrating with families and loved ones. But for families still troubled by delinquent mortgages and foreclosures, this time of year has another meaning.
The U.S. Department of Justice and HUD have found that the biggest problem in its attempt to end housing discrimination is educating the public on when and how to file a complaint.
The DC Opens Doors program is designed to help as many people as possible get the mortgage financing and down payment assistance they need to help make homeownership affordable in Washington, D.C.
In the aftermath of more than 2.5 million foreclosures, the Federal Housing Administration is now offering a homeownership program that will put previously troubled borrowers on a fast-tracked return to the home ownership market.