A new poll finds that many Americans think it is a good time to buy a house, especially with the interest rates still pretty good. But sellers aren't selling. What's up? Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is in the U.S. today to talk with Wall Street bankers about the global credit crunch and possibly ask them to reveal their credit losses asap. Stephen Beard in London reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets bankers today amid growing concern about credit. Brown is expected to urge bankers to lower interest rates and keep the economy from stalling. From London, Stephen Beard reports.
Allan Sloan weighs two benefits of the stimulus package -- the rebate check and bigger government-financed home loans. The really rich aren't getting rebates, but, he says, the loans are a different story.
Homeowners who took on subprime loans and can't make the adjusted high payments are facing foreclosures. But commentator Will Wilkinson says there's a bright side for other homeowners and those looking to buy.