Foreclosures are making up a smaller percentage of the overall housing market, according to the latest data from RealtyTrac.
Foreclosure filings decreased by 34% in 2011, according to a year-end report from RealtyTrac, a sign the worst may be over.
The pace of foreclosures slowed down significantly in 2011, but that trend was likely short-lived.
A new report looking at delinquency and default rates for loans signed during the housing boom shows some disturbing trendlines that suggest plenty of foreclosures to come in 2012.
U.S. home foreclosures fell at the slowest year-on-year rate in 2011; a new wave may be imminent in 2012, according to RealtyTrac.
Whether you’re in foreclosure or afraid you might end up there, now is the time to get in action. Here are five things that can make a huge difference.
Too many struggling homeowners think that the root of the problem is in the mortgage, but new research shows the problem may be much bigger than that.
The latest data from RealtyTrac indicates foreclosures are on the rise again. (And that’s actually a good thing!)
About 4 million homeowners who may have been improperly foreclosed upon in 2009 and 2010 are getting an opportunity to have their cases reviewed.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced late last week it has begun examinations of mortgage servicers as part of its larger initiative to regulate the mortgage industry.