With the April 30 deadline for the homebuyer tax credit approaching, gambling that a lender will close the deal in time is risky.
Consumers continue to report that mortgage servicers are difficult to work with.
Bank of America failed to listen to its own realty agent, lawsuit says, but at least in this case didn't leave the house reeking from rotten fish.
Lender would accept a deed in lieu of foreclosure, let homeowners stay for six months and help pay for relocation.
Online aid lets homeowners try out different scenarios to weigh financial implications of keeping or giving up their home.
A modification would help some, but it's not going to get us out of this mess.
New rules seek to make it easier to shop for loans and understand what you're getting into ahead of time.
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