3 hrs ago | The Tennessean
After Nashville's historic 2010 flooding, Jae Won Shim went from living on a Goodlettsville hilltop with tony neighbors including Garth Brooks to spending 15 months without electricity and running water in an abandoned strip center he owned across from the Nashville Farmers' Market.
5 hrs ago | Patch.com
When it comes to foreclosures, Mansfield and the state are enjoying a drastic decrease.
9 hrs ago | Daily Report
Mortgage lenders breathed a sigh of relief on Monday as the Georgia Supreme Court issued a ruling that unties the hands of banks seeking to foreclose on borrowers in default.
12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
The state Housing Mortgage and Financing Agency yesterday said it will make nearly $1.1 million in federal money available to provide more foreclosure prevention counseling.
17 hrs ago | MLive.com
Mary Townley of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority speaks about the partnership between the state and churches to promote A Step Forward, a program for people in danger of losing their homes, on Monday, May 20, at Oakdale Christian Reformed Church.
18 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
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22 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Banks have paid less than half the $5.7 billion in cash owed to troubled homeowners under nearly 30 settlements brokered by the government since 2008, delaying help to the millions of victims of discrimination and shoddy lending that epitomized the housing crisis, according to a Washington Post analysis of government data.
Yesterday | KTVN Reno
Data released Thursday by RealtyTrac shows the number of building permits is up 73% in the first three months of 2013 compared with the same time last year.
The HomeOwnership Center of North Central Massachusetts is hosting pre-foreclosure clinics June 6, 12 or 27 at the Twin Cities CDC office, 470 Main St.
Blomquist: 'In some markets, the scales will tip more heavily in favor of supply of homes for sale in the coming months.' IRVINE, CA-In seesaw fashion, the number of single-family building permits in the first quarter rose 27% from a year ago, while foreclosure starts dipped 27% during the same time period, according to RealtyTrac Inc.
A former restaurant once considered the Killington area's most upscale eatery has a new owner.
Cathy Haukedahl, a veteran Minnesota deputy attorney general and business lawyer at Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon & Vogt, was a longtime volunteer at Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid before she joined the nonprofit as deputy director in 2002.
The bubbling U.S. stock market might get more pop this week from positive sales trends in housing, but danger signs lurk in other parts of the economy.
Pets are like family. But too often, they're abandoned when people lose their homes to foreclosure and are forced to leave their pets behind.
Seniors today are faced with more struggles to meet basic needs than years ago. Over 10 million senior households struggle to meet just the basic needs and have trouble affording rent or utilities.
A significant decline in Massachusetts foreclosures during the month of March indicates the foreclosure crisis is over, according to an article in Monday's issue of Banker & Tradesman.
Seyfeddin Mohammed alleges that he was swindled out of his own property by a man he thought was trying to help him.