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The best ways to deal with abandoned, rundown properties blighting communities is to stop them from getting that way in the first place.
Fueled by better-than-expected job growth, falling foreclosures and rising new-home sales, the first half of 2016 produced a long-unseen stability in the local housing market.
Mortgage professional hiring and new job appointments for the week ending July 22.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a new grant initiative aimed at reducing the volume of so-called zombie homes — properties that have not been properly maintained through prolonged foreclosure proceedings.
He calls himself Nana I Am — and he's at the center of perhaps the most unique and bizarre squatter case in Las Vegas.
The Department of Veteran Affairs has renewed its contract with Black Knight Financial Services, the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company said Thursday.
An 11-story office tower in the heart of the Dayton Central Business District could be headed for auction after the loss of some major tenants and after its owners defaulted on a bank loan.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's fifth anniversary marks an important shift for the agency in which it pivots from rules required by the Dodd-Frank Act to pursuing other areas.
Real estate foreclosures in Hawaii are close to flat with last year's levels after five months in which case volume surged through March before settling back down in April and May.
San Joaquin County, Calif., foreclosure activity continued to slow in the first six months of the year, with related legal filings down nearly 15% from the preceding six months and more than 9% lower than the first half of 2015.
RealtyTrac is renaming its parent company Attom Data Solutions as it rolls out a new property database that links different data sources into a centralized resource.
Foreclosure activity statewide and locally dropped sharply in the first half of 2016, but Ohio maintained its dubious distinction as one of the nation's leading states for foreclosures.
A California man, indicted in New Haven, was sentenced to nine years in federal prison Monday for his leadership of a mortgage fraud scheme that spanned several states, according to the Connecticut U.S. Attorney's Office.
There was a decline in loan modification activity in May both for year-over-year and month-to-month comparisons, according to the Hope Now alliance.
Julia Aikens wiped the tears from her eyes and her voice wavered as she addressed the personal impact of the tax foreclosure crisis that continues to rock Detroit and Wayne County even as the total number of foreclosures has dropped this year.
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