Supreme Court ruling in foreclosure case a (limited) win for lenders - American Banker
- Supreme Court ruling in foreclosure case a (limited) win for lenders American Banker
- Supreme Court makes it harder for borrowers to fight foreclosures in non-judicial states HousingWire
- U.S. Supreme Court rules against Colorado homeowner, says foreclosure lawyers are not debt collectors The Denver Post
- US Supreme Court Holds that Law Firms Performing Nonjudicial Foreclosures are Not Debt Collectors insideARM.com
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Brooklyn facing crisis in housing theft and foreclosures, advocates say - Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Brooklyn facing crisis in housing theft and foreclosures, advocates say Brooklyn Daily Eagle
As real estate values in Brooklyn have gone through the roof, homeowners in gentrifying black and brown communities in the borough are increasingly being ...
Fewer Americans are filing for foreclosures | 2019-03-18 - HousingWire
Fewer Americans are filing for foreclosures | 2019-03-18 HousingWire
There was a moderate decrease in foreclosures in February, according to ATTOM Data Solutions' latest Foreclosure Market Report. According to the ...
Real-estate report: Foreclosure rates at 19-year low - The Columbus Dispatch
Real-estate report: Foreclosure rates at 19-year low The Columbus Dispatch
U.S. foreclosure and mortgage delinquency rates fell at the end of last year to the lowest rate since at least 2000, according to CoreLogic, a real-estate research ...
FDCPA and Judicial Foreclosures - The National Law Review
FDCPA and Judicial Foreclosures The National Law Review
SCOTUS decision in Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP unanimously finds that law firm hired to handle nonjudicial foreclosure in CO isn't a "debt collector."
Inside the New Jersey foreclosure crisis that just won't go away - NorthJersey.com
Inside the New Jersey foreclosure crisis that just won't go away NorthJersey.com
Because of ineffective regulations, after 10 years, this Wayne man still squats in his own house. Legislators want to change that.