Solid Fintech Platform Rabbet Gleans $8M Funding Round

Construction finance platform Rabbet announced raising a Series A funding round of $8 million

Online mortgage application processor Blend raises $100M in new round

A San Francisco-based startup called Blend that aims to simplify the mortgage application process has just raised a hefty $100 million funding round to help it achieve that goal.

U.S. housing finance system is “unsustainable”, says Fed’s Powell

Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell has said the U.S. housing finance system is putting taxpayers at risk, calling the situation “unsustainable” and demanding more reforms.

5 Suggestions for Financing Investment Property

Real estate prices have been climbing slowly back since the Great Recession. Property is once again looking like an attractive prospect for investors.

When and Why Do I need an Oracle Financial Consultant?

When that happens, bills begin to pile and every financial aspect of their life begin to sprawl out of control. In such a case, there is always an urgent need for a financial consultant.

Money Miracles: What to Know Before Getting a Loan

If you would like to buy a car, get a house, or take an unplanned vacation, you might want to consider getting a loan so you will have the funds to reach your goal.

Here’s why blockchain is such a perfect fit for real estate

Blockchain technology has hit the headlines due to its potential to revolutionize dozens of industries, and real estate is no different in that regard.

Prepare For Your First House Purchase With These Tips

Purchasing a home can be exciting but also stressful because you’re spending a good chunk of money in a down payment and monthly mortgage.

15 Resolutions to Shore Up Your Finances

As a real estate pro, now may be the perfect time to share a few planning tips with your clients for where they can begin this January.

Does the Federal Dodd-Frank Act Really Make Sense for Seller Financing?

If nothing else, the Dodd-Frank Act certainly complicated issues around seller financing. The overall intention was to protect consumers from getting into loans that they were not likely to be able to repay. That’s all fine and good. However, the convoluted law may be doing more harm to difficult to qualify people than it’s doing

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