We’ve all seen the way homebuying has changed over the years. Today’s savvy buyers are doing more research ahead of time than ever before, and they walk into a real estate or sales office educated about their choices.
A law in Washington that became effective in June 2016 allows tenants to seek an order of limited dissemination, which basically stops screening agencies from showing a prior eviction or using that past to calculate a rental score.
For nearly a decade, “wait ’til next year” has been the refrain for proponents of overhauling mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. For Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., arguably the biggest advocate of that push, it will either be next year or never.