When businesses do it, they're smart. When homeowners do it, they're morally bankrupt.
Occupants of thousands of Motor City homes that didn't sell at a tax auction can purchase their abodes for $500. That includes squatters, renters and owners who didn't pay taxes.
Even if you just refinanced not so long ago, the benefits of doing so again may well outweigh standing pat.
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Redfin real-estate agents share their funny, lurid and embarrassing home-tour stories via social media.
More than a third of the mortgage complaints received by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau come from people who can no longer afford their payments.
Freddie Mac is trying to keep more homeowners from going into foreclosure. But forbearance has potential pitfalls.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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