As if debt-ridden homeowners in foreclosure didn't already have enough to worry about, they can add second mortgages to the list.
It's not homeowners who can't afford their mortgage payments that should worry you — it's the ones who can, but won't.
It’s all about “location efficiency” — a stat that might be a key driver in predicting mortgage defaults.
The Obama administration will give $3,000 for moving costs to homeowners who complete a short sale or agree to turn over the deed to the lender.
A new study is out showing that homeowners behind on their mortgage will walk away from their loan if they see a neighbor doing the same.
The Obama administration will announce a plan to reduce the amount some borrowers owe on their home loans.
To fight back against foreclosure woes, homeowner associations are getting creative about recouping fees — and they're targeting banks.
Even as homeowners default on their mortgages and await eviction, many still remain in their homes. Why?
The end of the foreclosure crisis is finally in sight. For the first time in almost three years, the number of homeowners falling behind on their loans is declining.