Homeowners over 50 are the fastest-growing group facing foreclosure. Widows are vulnerable when their names aren't on the mortgage.
Public outrage erupts in a country where even when you lose your home to foreclosure, you still must pay the mortgage.
'Boomerang buyers' are re-emerging to qualify for mortgages. Ever wonder what it takes?
A new survey also says 32% of Americans think homeowners should be able to strategically default on their mortgages without facing consequences.
New research identifies the number of homeowners the federal HAMP program could have helped if banks had moved more efficiently.
Homeowners who've benefited from the $25.6 billion settlement with big banks over alleged mortgage abuses have received an average of $76,615 in relief.
An LA woman's suspicion that she got West Nile from an untended home pool is just one of many complaints about trouble from vacant foreclosures.
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