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Miami HeraldCover Story The Open House on a leafy street near South Miami featured a snack wagon with cupcakes and chilled beverages, but the real draw was the newly listed house for sale for $435,000. Over a two-hour stretch on a Sunday afternoon, 44 groups of...
Tags: Sunny Isles, Condos, Real Estate Agents, Finance, Human Interest
Billings Gazette, Mont.U.S. Air Force retiree Mike Getlinger and wife, Kim, have hit the homeowner triple lottery: three mortgages in 11 years, all at historic lows of 5 percent or less. In 2002, the Getlingers bought their first home in South Carolina with a 3.78 percent,...
Are large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales with lenders at risk because of a startling omission in the American credit system? Do their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather than having negotiated a...
The Tampa TribuneStuck renting for a few years, Tampa Bay area residents who had a foreclosure during the housing crash are buying homes again. Among them is Xiomara Mewa of Tampa. A former loan officer, her finances tumbled five years ago when the lenders she worked...
Washington TimesAs a Realtor in Orange County, California, Gary Thomas lives at the epicenter of the last decade's epic housing boom and bust that is only now beginning to release the economy from its withering grip. It was in that county and the broader Los Angeles...
A stalled residential marina development in Blue Island has been purchased by a south suburban company that built its name rehabbing foreclosed homes. Tinley Park-based Mack Cos. acquired 27 acres at Fay's Point, on a peninsula between the Cal-Sag...
WASHINGTON — Are large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales with lenders at risk because of a startling omission in the American credit system? Do their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather...
Portland Press Herald, MaineU.S. Sen. Angus King will speak with Lewiston officials Friday afternoon to discuss ways the federal government could help the city as it struggles with a potentially dangerous housing crisis. The former mill town has experienced three large fires since...
Tags: Safety of Citizens, Government, Politics
Receiving five offers in 48 hours for my parents' former home bowled me over, especially considering the real estate market we all just barely lived through. And these weren't just offers; they were great offers for the four-bedroom ranch house I grew...
Tags: Homes, Real Estate Sellers
St. Louis Post-DispatchBack when the Great Recession began, Cary Schneider lost a wife and a job. Because of that, he lost his house, too. He's since replaced all three. His is a tale of loss and recovery, both in love and finance. This being a personal finance column, we'...
The manager of an Allentown mortgage company who obtained fraudulent loans worth $1.5 million has pleaded guilty in federal court. Joel Tillett, 36, of Whitehall Township admitted to conspiracy and forging loan documents to ensure clients' mortgage...
There were 11,256 bottles of wine in the cellar of Antoine's Restaurant on the morning of Aug. 29 when Hurricane Katrina struck, some of them rare, most of them expensive and all of them ruined when the power failed, the air conditioning died and the...
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