Foreclosure Review May Bring Light at End of Tunnel

August 23, 2012 By Christie J. McCravy We all know that many in our community were affected by the housing crisis. Foreclosures affected households from the West Louisville to Lake Forest. But did you know that there is a federal … Continue reading

Mass. lawsuit shows that banks haven’t changed foreclosure ways

The Boston Globe August 21, 2012|Paul McMorrow Earlier this year, five of the country’s biggest banks agreed to cough up $25 billion because they’d routinely fleeced their own customers and wreaked tremendous economic havoc along the way. The nationwide foreclosure … Continue reading

Third Extension Granted for Free Foreclosure Review as Few Florida Homeowners Apply

(Source: By Kimberly Miller, The Palm Beach Post, Fla. (MCT) Florida residents who believe they have been wrongfully foreclosed on have until the end of the year to ask for a free review of their case after a September deadline … Continue reading

Foreclosure Prevention Act Passed in Boston-What This Means For You (Whether You Live in Boston Or Not) August 22, 2012 5:21 PM EDT Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has signed into law a so-called “new Foreclosure Prevention Law” this week. The law will make significant changes to existing foreclosure procedures-a flawed system that we’ve covered before-and also … Continue reading

How Obama Missed Signs of Deepening Foreclosure Crisis The Obama Administration’s bailouts of the banking and auto industries are well documented and by some measures successful, but that cannot be said of the president’s handling of the foreclosure crisis. Since 2009, the administration was slow to respond … Continue reading

CA Accounts for Seven of 10 Highest Metro Foreclosure Rates

By, Natalie Dolce IRVINE, CA-Those who follow @GlobeStcom on Twitter and @GlobeStLIVE may have seen a post teasing the announcement, but has learned that according to a midyear foreclosure report from RealtyTrac, foreclosure activity in the first half of … Continue reading

Bay Area Foreclosures Jump in July

By Pete Carey Despite a monthly bump in foreclosures, fewer Bay Area homeowners fell into default in July, according to a report Tuesday. And foreclosure sales were roughly half what they were in July 2011 in the four counties … Continue reading

Georgia Court Ruling Could Reveal Mortgage Owners

AP - ATLANTA - Lenders seeking to foreclose on a home must provide better disclosure on who owns the mortgage and list the contact information for people who can negotiate with borrowers under a recent ruling by the Georgia Court … Continue reading