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Residential properties across the country sold at an estimated annual pace of 5,146,565 in November 2013, as per the housing data firm, RealtyTrac. Properties sold include single family [..]
Mortgage aid in California was just made easier and many more homeowners could qualify under new broader criteria that just came out. Click to Read Article from Sacramento [..]
Checks Are In the Mail But Incorrect Foreclosure Payments Were Sent Out… Find Out What’s Going On >
An investment firm that owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel and the Weather Channel has bought more than 500 houses in Sacramento in the past few months, betting upward [..]
President Barack Obama said in 2009 that a new program to fight foreclosures would help as many as 4 million struggling homeowners obtain mortgage modifications that would reduce [..]
As mortgage rates continue at all-time record lows, demand for refinancing continues at a record pace even for homes that are underwater. Is now the right time for [..]
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has proposed a sweeping set of rules that would overhaul a much criticized industry: mortgage servicers. Click Here to Read More!
JPMorgan Chase went from fast-tracking foreclosures to rubber stamping and pre-approving some borrowers for refinances and even principal reduction. If you have a Chase loan… Make sure you open [..]
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Loans Will NOT be Allowed to do Principal Reduction for Loan Modifications under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). Click Here to Read More
Tight market conditions fueling price increases – Home prices saw the largest spring gain in a quarter century during the three months through May, but the sluggish economy [..]
California lawmakers approved legislation Monday hailed as the nation’s most comprehensive push to strengthen homeowner rights since the housing meltdown, acting despite opposition from the banking and finance [..]
Legislation aimed at protecting California homeowners facing foreclosures cleared a key hurdle Wednesday, winning approval in a joint committee created to hammer out the details of the proposal. [..]
The Assembly Public Safety Committee unanimously passed Senate Bill 1474, a piece of the California Homeowner Bill of Rights, which aims to protect the state’s homeowners from fraud.
Bank of America launched a new short sale program that could pay distressed homeowners between $2,500 and $30,000 in relocation assistance. This is good news for homeowners that [..]
The recent nationwide settlement between states and mortgage lenders is meant to help struggling homeowners but be on the lookout for scam artists unleashing a new wave of attempts to fleece [..]