While the nationwide rate is still significantly less than in 2014, these areas states hold the highest zombie foreclosure rates.
While the pace of federally funded projects to help hurricane and earthquake victims has quickened, White House disaster recovery representative Peter Brown is worried about long term efforts.
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A consumer survey looks into how long many people think it will take to no longer owe money.
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From loan performance to the end of LIBOR, CoreLogic’s latest Market Pulse report reviews the most important data for servicers and lenders alike.
Read more on the Department’s recommendations that one insider called a “massive undertaking.” Here’s how industry experts are reacting to these important revisions.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed a lower court decision that a chapter 7 trustee's avoidance of an unauthorized postpetition mortgage lien did not amount to a "double recovery" precluding the trustee from avoiding and recovering a transfer of the loan proceeds.
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Industry insiders believe many see the U.S. housing market as a “flight to safety” as the virus has decimated the overseas market.
Homeownership rates are improving, but many current apartment renters are still wishing to expand. In response, the single-family built-for-rent market has expanded to meet demand.
The rulemaking prohibits collectors from using non-litigation means (such as calls) to collect on time-barred debt unless collectors disclose that the debt is time-barred.