Yesterday | via Portsmouth Daily Times
If you are a homeowner and have continued to encounter difficulty with loan modifications or difficulty working with mortgage servicers concerning relief opportunities provided in the National Mortgage Settlement, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says you may contact his office by calling 800-282-0515. DeWine announced that Tuesday's release of ... (more) Comment?
20 hrs ago | via Cleveland.com
Ohio has big obstacles before it can recover from the widespread foreclosures, sluggish sales and squashed values of the housing collapse. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Plain Dealer
It's official: A Washington bureaucrat could stand amid 1,000 acres of tall corn and still not realize he was in the country. Comment?
Tuesday | via The Columbus Dispatch
More than 2,000 Ohioans were helped during the first three months of the year through the National Mortgage Settlement, according to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. Comment?
Tuesday | via The Review
About 70,000 property owners joined the ranks of Ohioans facing foreclosure last year. Comment?
1 min ago | via OregonLive.com
Underwater or near-underwater mortgages may be locking as much as 45 percent of homeowners out of the housing market. Comment?
1 min ago | via Reuters
The Federal Reserve bought $15.3 billion of agency mortgage-backed securities from May 16 through May 22, less than the $17.3 billion it purchased last week, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said on Thursday. Comment?
2 min ago | via WHIO
Chicago billionaire business executive Penny Pritzker, President Obama's pick for Commerce Secretary, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 23, 2013, before the Senate Commerce Committee hearing on her nomination. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Post-Standard
A judge in Onondaga County Court promised a prison sentence to a former Skaneateles car dealer 90 days from now if he doesn't pay back a 93-year-old woman he swindled money from in 2008. Comment?
5 min ago | via Red Deer Advocate
Almost a third of Canadian households report never or almost never having any money left to save after paying their bills, according to a new study issued Wednesday. Comment?