Real Estate News

Fannie, Freddie a taxpayer cash cow for now: $10B sent to Treasury

17 Feb 2017 14:04:37 +0500

The government-owned enterprises that back mortgages are a hot topic and risky venture for taxpayers, but they're also a big U.S. Treasury money-maker right now.

Traditional retail isn't dead – but it's changing

17 Feb 2017 13:59:43 +0500

Consumers want low prices and fast delivery, so some brick-and-mortar lenders, such as Walmart, are now focusing on sales that don't involve physical property.

What's the deal with all the Enterprise Florida/Visit Florida hubbub?

17 Feb 2017 14:01:40 +0500

Members of the Florida Legislature and Gov. Scott have different goals for the two state-funded groups that promote business and tourism in the state.

Does a sleep-over boyfriend require condo board approval?

17 Feb 2017 14:00:44 +0500

Real estate QandA: A boyfriend sleeps in a woman's condo "frequently," and a board member says she must pay a fee for a tenant approval application. Is that right?

U.S. Consumer watchdog gets a reprieve

17 Feb 2017 14:03:11 +0500

An Oct. court order restricting the CFPB, which oversees lending and RESPA, has been postponed and could conceivably be cancelled after a federal appeals court agreed to reconsider a previous ruling that found CFPB's operational structure unconst

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