Could Renters Get a Tax Deduction Soon?
A new bill hopes to provide some relief to renters who are faced with skyrocketing rental costs – by giving them a tax break.
Agents Face Closing Doc Hurdles
Real estate professionals say several lenders and title companies are refusing to provide copies of final closing documents to them. “We’ve had some situations where this caused the termination” of the entire transaction, one agent says.
As Market Heats Up, Home Flipping Returns
A growing number of single-family homes and condo sales are from flipped properties, and in some areas, home flipping is even above former 2005 peak levels, a new study shows.
3 Ways Lenders May Mislead Borrowers
Help your clients be on the lookout for how lenders may sometimes lie to borrowers.
AARP Strives to Improve Community Livability
A new tool from AARP’s Public Policy Institute wants to help communities evolve to meet people’s needs as they age.
CFPB Looks to Expand ‘Rural’ Designated Areas
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that it is launching a new application process that could add more “rural” areas under its federal consumer financial law for mortgage lending.
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