With mortgage rates around 3%, many of those who might benefit the most from refinancing and reducing their monthly payments aren’t able to.
A report from the Mortgage Bankers Association says environmental risk will likely lead to higher insurance premiums and loan interest rates.
The numbers aren't like what they were during the housing crisis, when almost a quarter of homeowners owed more than what their home was worth.
Some who left forbearance plans are delaying payments again.
Different lenders may offer the same individual wildly different rates and fees.
But not everyone who needs relief may be getting it.
A new Marketplace-Edison Research Poll puts numbers to what we've been seeing and experiencing.
Homeowners with federally backed mortgages can pause their monthly bill for up to a year. But they may get hit with a balloon payment at the end.
A recent study shows mortgage refinancing spikes before economic recession.
Even when you sit down with a banker in person, algorithms likely affect whether you get a loan and how much interest you’ll pay.