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The credit crunch for American homebuyers is unlikely to loosen anytime soon

It has been hard for US homebuyers to get a mortgage lately, but there are signs that this might change. Eventually.

Banks will have less reason to fear the that the government will demand they buy back loans that go sour, the country’s top housing finance official announced yesterday. 450 more words

Wounded Vet Receives New Home

(Las Vegas, NV) —  A wounded veteran is realizing his goal of homeownership after being given the keys to a mortgage-free home.

Marine veteran Lance Corporal Nino Ray Capanang, his wife Emilie, and their three children saw their new house for the first time on Monday. 107 more words


Man Arrested 4 Minutes After Spokane Bank Robbery

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A Spokane police officer was working an extra-duty security detail when he noticed that a man walking past him had cash falling out of his pockets. 83 more words


Mortgage Discrimination

Our in house finance consultant, DeAnna Trask, was passing an article around the office about mortgage denial for women on maternity leave. Click here for the article.  396 more words

Manufactured Homes

Wells Fargo Subleases For New ATMs in Times Square Station [Updated]

Wells Fargo bank will open its second ATM area in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority‘s Times Square-42nd Street Station through a 485-square-foot sublease until August 2017 for a retail storefront beneath Eighth Avenue near West 44th Street that will net the agency an annual rent of $24,400, MTA officials said. 267 more words

The Wells Fargo worker who asked for a pay raise shows the limits of going it alone

Tyrel Oates, an Oregon man who works for Wells Fargo, rocketed to Internet renown last week after he wrote to the company’s CEO to ask for a raise and copied hundreds of thousands of co-workers on the email. 442 more words

United Way Fans Out Across Baltimore For A 'Day Of Action'

DUNDALK, Md. (WJZ) — One of the world’s largest and most successful community volunteer organizations fanned out across the Baltimore area Wednesday for what is called a “Day of Action.” 267 more words