But unlike the pre-financial crisis era (stoked largely by brokers and lenders content to look the other way), today’s mortgage fraud comes with a twist.
With extremely low unemployment and low interest rates, homes are in such high demand that more and more have to be built.
Homebuyers are rushing to take advantage of easy money while they can. But as the easy money dries up, so too will demand.
There’s one key number that you’re using to calculate your retirement and there’s a good chance that it’s wrong. Don’t mistake price for value. Here’s why.
While many will look at this chart and say you shouldn’t touch this overlooked sector, I have one underdog stock for you that is poised to benefit.
October new home sales ended up beating the forecast by about 10%. And these two companies will benefit from the growing housing market.
Building a house can take years. But today, 3-D printing technology is emerging that can shrink build times and make constructing a home much cheaper.
As hurricanes approached, gasoline demand increased as supply shrank, and prices rose. But sometimes price gouging is less obvious, as in the case of new homes.