Fannie Mae is selling $1.2 billion worth of nonperforming loans, in an attempt to give borrowers other options besides foreclosure.
In the taut housing-bubble muckraker "99 Homes," foreclosed homeowners deface a residence with raw sewage, and write "kill bankers" on the wall.
Central Florida's ranks of empty, foreclosed houses are seemingly coming back to life with new buyers and rehabbers but the region still ranked in the Top 10 nationally for "zombie" foreclosures.
Franklin County, Ohio, foreclosures continue to drop as the economy churns along, according to figures by Franklin County Clerk Maryellen O'Shaughnessy.
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