The new guidelines, going into effect Nov. 1, are designed to streamline the process and include some homeowners who are current on their mortgage payments.
It may not be as sexy a term as “earworm” or, well, “sexting,” but the addition of “underwater” speaks volumes about the impact of the financial crisis.
It may not be a return to the McMansion-sized homes of the 1980s and early ’90s, but the latest survey from American Institute of Architects (AIA) shows a reversal in the six-year trend of smaller home sizes.
Bring on inflation? The debate was escalated in April when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke rejected economist Paul Krugman’s suggestion that regulating 3-to-4-percent higher rates of […]