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Have you purchased an old-timer house dating back more than a century? While it may have plenty of charm, it's also likely in need of a thoughtful renovation to maximize its use for the 21st century. Fortunately, we've got just the solution.
Tales of grisly murders surround the old place and the hairs on the back of your neck stand up as the facade of the creepy old manse stares back at you. It's a small price to pay for three of the most luxurious properties in the world.
A series of proposed regulations are supposed to make it easier to qualify for a mortgage. But could that create a new set of old problems? CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Federal regulators are proceeding with new rules that ease guidelines for banks selling mortgage securities and auto loans. This could mean fewer borrowers will need to make hefty down payments.
Long seen as having devastated Sun Belt cities, the subprime mortgage crisis unleashed turmoil on Ohio and other rural areas. Now federal officials are pledging regulatory attention and financial help.
One of the nation's largest servicers of home loans may have denied struggling borrowers the chance to fix loan problems and avoid foreclosures, New York's financial regulator has alleged.
Buying a home may have gotten a little easier this week. With the financial crisis and subprime mortgage bust receding further into history, the government is loosening some financial rules.
Construction firms broke ground on more apartment complexes in September, pushing up the pace of U.S. homebuilding.
Even in South Florida, $139 million is a lot of money for a mansion. That is the price tag on the most expensive home currently for sale in the United States. Le Palais Royal is now under construction.
San Francisco lawmakers have tentatively approved a measure that would allow city residents to rent out their homes to travelers on sites such as Airbnb.