Nocona Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Nocona, TX continually updated from thousands of sources.
20 hrs ago | via MarketWatch
As U.S. lawmakers prepare to work on a bill next week that would overhaul the country's housing-finance system, analysts say it's becoming increasingly unlikely that the legislation will become law in 2014. Comment?
Yesterday | via MarketWatch
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is going all out to present a new and improved version of himself, Politico reports. Comment?
Friday Apr 18 | via GlobeNewswire
Since the reverse mortgage for purchase was approved by Texas voters in November and lenders began originating it earlier this year, the first lenders are reporting that they are beginning to close the newest reverse mortgage loan type available in the Lone Star State. Comment?
Friday Apr 18 | via Hollywood Reporter
Lone Star, run by billionaire John Grayken, has raised $45.5 billion since its founding in 1995 but has managed to stay largely under the radar. Comment?
Thursday Apr 17 | via Mortgage News Daily
Home affordability is not a modern problem. In Zillow's In Search of Affordability , Krishna Rao writes, "Across the United States, strong home price affordability has been recently eroded by a combination of rising home prices and mortgage rates. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Hispanic Business
"I just decided this was the time to do it," said the 56-year-old businesswoman. Comment?
10 min ago | via Cape Gazette
Most first-time buyers can qualify for a mortgage loan, but they may need help from parents to make the down payment or closing costs on their home. Comment?
11 min ago | via Business Journal
Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have both lowered forecasts for the U.S. housing market in 2014, coming off a slow first quarter for the market. Comment?
20 min ago | via Patch.com
Not all foreclosures are owned by bank or lenders. Fannie Mae, the government sponsored entity which securitizes home mortgages, also has foreclosures listed for sale. Comment?
21 min ago | via Business Journal
Looking for an upswing in home sales during the year's first "warm" month, realtors got more grim news on Tuesday. Comment?