The attorney general’s office says more than 28,000 Pennsylvania residents who lost homes to foreclosure will soon be notified that they may be in line for a share of a settlement with the nation’s largest mortgage companies.
A major real estate company survey finds people are getting more bullish on home ownership.
Wednesday only, and only until 8pm, Robinson says homeowners can call 1-866-989-6931 (toll-free) for advice.
With so many neighborhoods across the country surrounded by abandoned foreclosed properties that are dragging the value of the area down, President Obama has put out a call for ideas on how to convert the government-owned properties into rent-to-own homes for those who need them. A local expert chimes in.
Phil Korb, a partner at Ballard Spahr, specializes in planned community and condominium practice. He explains that the condo association can ultimately place a lien against your property if condo fees are not paid for.
Some area homeowners at risk of losing their homes rallied today at Philadelphia City Hall to try to stop what’s expected to be one of the city’s largest sheriff’s sales next month.
Six of the country’s largest mortgage lenders face a court hearing in New Jersey next month that will determine whether the state suspends their foreclosure operations.