Foreclosure activity fell 21% in November, the lowest level since November 2008, but recovery is still a ways off.
More Americans are catching up on their mortgage payments, but foreclosure rates continue to increase. Is the flush of foreclosures signaling a comeback?
A panel claims the Obama administration's central foreclosure-prevention effort won't reach its original goals and the government should come up with clear, measurable objectives for the two-year-old program.
One woman’s foreclosure case has stood the test of time, and reveals the inherent flaws in the system.
A new statewide program offers mortgage assistance to homeowners of up to $20,000.
Economic recovery and a stabilizing housing market could mean double-digit decreases in past-due mortgages next year.
More than three quarters of Americans believe the housing market won’t fully recover until at least 2012, and nearly a quarter of think it could take until 2015 or later, according to a new survey.
Major mortgage lenders will suspend evictions over the holiday season, but it’s only a temporary reprieve.
Savvy buyers should know the difference between a short sale and foreclosure. Which one is right for you?
Foreclosure sales accounted for 25% of the housing market in the third quarter, while overall demand for homes decreased.