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Homeowners who are still facing the possibility of foreclosure may apply for any of the foreclosure alternative programs under MHA on or before December 31, 2016 deadline.
A new book examines the foreclosure fraud crisis.
Since 2009, 4 million people have been denied help.
At the conference Lew cast some bread upon the water -- announcing an extension of HAMP and related programs through 2016 -- and these crumbs were eagerly consumed by so-called housing advocates
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has been nominated to be the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. What's to be said about this? Well, over at the Washington Post, The Fix hooks you up with "The 10 things you need to know about Julian Castro." This must be a misprint, because the article goes on to relate 10 very inessential and/or inconsequential things about Castro. For example, did you know that he has a twin brother? Or that he does not speak Spanish? Here's a hot scoop: Castro could one day be the first Hispanic president of the United States, according to this one guy who said so once, unless of course someone else becomes the first Hispanic president of the United States. The whole "who will be the first Hispanic president of the United States" thing is really sort of up in the air at the moment.
For those in the real estate finance and home building industry, the coming of Mel Watt as the newly inducted Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency could not have come at a more propitious time.
It's too soon to break out the champagne. It seems unlikely that the foreclosure crisis over when more than a third of Chicago region homes are underwater and unemployment remains persistently high.
Romero argued that Treasury “shouldn’t be having any re-defaults in HAMP.” The “alarming” rate of re-defaults should convince
The administration has refined the HAMP program since its inception to broaden its reach, including by expanding eligibility
Homeowners can learn if they qualify for one of these programs by talking to their lender or visiting Making Home Affordable, Fannie Mae, or Freddie Mac.
When it was unveiled in 2009, the administration estimated it would help 3 million to 4 million homeowners avoid foreclosure
As a long-time fan of professional wrestling I've come to see how much of mortgage servicing resembles what goes on in the ring. Like wrestling the servicing business is full of "works," "gimmicks," "heels and baby faces," so let me explain.
Given the stark ideological differences between the president and a severely conservative House of Representatives, and the
"Although DeMarco has agreed to some stimulus programs, including an expansion of the HARP program, much more can be done
"At the Phoenix announcement, the president was masterful in announcing the program, though I cringed as he threw out what