Foreclosures Down in Housing Rebound

Foreclosures Down in Housing Rebound

The rate of new foreclosures has hit its lowest level in eight years, according to Bloomberg’s website. Rising home prices brought homeowners “above water,” enabling them to sell without a loss. The rate of foreclosure fell to its lowest since the...
Foreclosures Down in Housing Rebound

Four More Years of What, for Housing?

The economy may have been the main election issue, but neither candidate delved too deeply into their plans for housing in America. Now that we know our president for the next four years, what can we expect for the housing market? Forbes published an article recently...
Foreclosures Down in Housing Rebound

The End of Mortgage Interest Deduction

Home ownership. The American Dream. For many this dream was shattered with the meltdown that started in 2008. Foreclosures and evictions were the order of the last couple of years, and things may only get worse for homeowners. The mortgage interest deduction claimed...
Foreclosures Down in Housing Rebound

An Online Strategic Default Resource

When the housing bubble burst and the economy began its nose-dive, this country saw a huge leap in the number of folks defaulting on their loans and a serious rise in home foreclosures. A lot of people took flak for walking away from their mortgage payments; they were...