Home Foreclosures In NJ Take Longer Than Anywhere Else In USNew Jersey's complicated court system is bad enough, but the state stopped foreclosures for two years in 2010 and 11.
Accusations In Philadelphia Of Improper Foreclosures On HomesFourth District Councilman Curtis Jones said his office has heard repeated complaints from residents who are behind in mortgage payments and that they're not getting the proper notice of the start of foreclosure proceedings.
Pennsylvania Bank Forecloses Properties Of ‘Perfect Strangers’ StarA bank says the actor best known as sitcom character Balki Bartokomous has been a perfect stranger when it comes to making payments on his rural Pennsylvania properties.
Del. Woman Arrested For Allegedly Scamming People Into Renting Foreclosed HomesThe investigation began back in October when a male victim reportedly contacted police about someone living in his home on Mayapple Lane in Magnolia.
Wells Fargo To Host Home Preservation Workshop Thursday 11/20
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Officials Celebrate 5th Anniversary Of Philadelphia's Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention ProgramCity officials held a celebration this week to mark the fifth anniversary of a program that rescues homeowners on the brink of foreclosure.
Blog: Some NJ Foreclosure Victims To Get $1,480.
3 On Your Side: Mortgage Foreclosure ExpertsOften desperate times call for desperate measures, but before you shell out money to a company to help save your home, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has a warning for you.
Delaware County Man Charged With Participating In Massive Mortgage Fraud ConspiracyA Delaware County man has been charged with participating in a mortgage fraud conspiracy that involved more than $20 million in fraudulent loan proceeds and more than 100 properties in Philadelphia.
Report: Allen Iverson Loses Home In ForeclosureTMZ reports that Allen Iverson lost his $4.5 million dollar home in foreclosure.
3 On Your Side: More Foreclosure Prevention RulesHaving problems paying your mortgage? Some new rules have been announced by the federal government to protect homeowners from foreclosure. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at some of them, and explains what they mean for borrowers.
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