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Mortgage lenders are battling economic uncertainty by raising minimum credit scores, requiring higher down payments, triple-checking employment status and even eliminating certain loan types altogether.
How far might home sales fall? And how long might transactions remain depressed? As with most questions about the coronavirus crisis, the answers hinge on the duration and the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The longer the crisis drags on, the more the coronavirus could transform development patterns and buyers’ preferences. Here are five ways the pandemic’s legacy could live on even after the public health threat ebbs.
The coronavirus has put many things on hold, but perhaps home buying shouldn’t be one of them. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
You may have a good idea as to what makes up your credit score, but PennyGem’s Justin Kircher says there are some surprising factors that you …
During this stressful time, keep in mind mortgage servicers would rather work with existing customers than start collection or foreclosure proceedings. Here are steps you should take if you can't afford your home loan payments.
For self-employed people, April 15 comes 4 times a year when they're supposed to make quarterly payments to the IRS. Sending too little, or no…
Americans apparently could use the help.