For many Americans, the lowered premiums will put owning a home within reach.
A Zillow Rentals analysis found that in many major U.S. cities, renters need to earn $24 per hour or more to be able to afford a median-priced rental.
Fill out a simple questionnaire and, if you meet the lender’s requirements, you will receive a pre-approval letter directly on your mobile device.
More than 100 Seattle-based employees tackled the mud-filled obstacle race.
No matter where they are, buyers can get a pre-approval letter sent straight to their smartphone and can then save, print, email or share the letter with their agent and home sellers.
The house you can afford today may be out of reach a year from now due to rising interest rates and home price appreciation.
Take a look at Zillow’s four bold predictions for real estate and mortgages, and let us know whether you think our predictions will come true.
Borrowers with credit scores below 620 are unlikely to qualify for a mortgage, according to a Zillow Mortgage Marketplace analysis.
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To be eligible for the program, borrowers must be able to prove that a major economic event such as a job loss or severe reduction in income (20 percent for at least six months) was the main catalyst in losing their home.
With the real estate market picking up and mortgage rates prime for refinancing, Zillow has compiled a list of common mortgage misconceptions based off the results of the just released 2013 Mortgage IQ Survey.
The Mortgage IQ Survey showed that prospective home buyers answered very basic mortgage questions wrong nearly one-third of the time.
HARP is one of two government programs aimed at helping homeowners who are current on their mortgage — but have little to no equity — refinance their mortgage into a lower interest rate.
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Today Zillow released a new foreclosure discount analysis that takes a new approach to answering the question, “How much can I save by buying a foreclosure?”