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Wells Fargo Kicks Off Big Banks' Earnings by Meeting Expectations

Wells Fargo kicks off the big banks' earnings season by reporting quarterly earnings that met expectations with revenue that beat estimates.

Citigroup May Pay $7 Billion To Settle Over Shoddy Mortgages

The Justice Department and Citigroup are reportedly close to a deal to settle allegations it defrauded investors on billions of dollars worth of mortgage securities before the financial crisis hit.

FICO Survey Finds Mortgage Lenders See Real Estate Bubble Forming

A FICO survey of North American mortgage lenders found that many are concerned about the potential of another housing crash.

LGI Homes is Building its Brand in the Entry-Level Homebuyer Market

Dallas is the hottest housing market in the United States and Texas-based builder, LGI Homes, is capitalizing in the entry-level home buyer market.

KB Home Swings to a Profit as Home Prices Climb

Further proof of a slow, but healthy, recovery in the housing market, KB Home yielded higher second-quarter profits on increased home prices.

Lennar Homes' Higher Prices Doesn't Scare Away Buyers

Lennar says even though home prices are higher, it's cheaper than renting and that's why the home builder was able to raise prices by 14% in the second quarter.

3 Things That A Glad Trash Bag Could Teach Us About the U.S. Economy

Oftentimes a reading on GDP or existing home sales fail at painting a true picture as to what’s happening in the U.

Foreclosures Likely Causing a Rise in Death and High Blood Pressure

Buying a home is a glorious occasion but for some it can lead to high blood pressure, suicide and even murder.

TD Bank: Mortgage Insurance Requirements Hammering Homebuyers

The increased use of mortgage insurance shows that strapped homebuyers are struggling to come up with down payments.

Woolworth Building Penthouse Is Available for Record $110 Million

The penthouse apartment of the iconic Woolworth Building in Manhattan is available for a cool $110 million, the most expensive price in history for a condo in lower Manhattan.