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Author: Tory Barringer May 20, 2014 The number of underwater borrowers continues to fall, but that was about the only good news Zillow had to report in its latest look at negative equity. The company released Tuesday its Negative Equity Report for the first quarter, revealing an estimated 9.7 million homeowners continue to owe more on their mortgage than […]
May 12, 2014 I think everyone would answer this one the same. What if I asked the same question but added that the entity responsible for locking you and your 5 year old son out of the house right before Christmas was your friendly bank. Yes the same one that you make your mortgage payment […]
California foreclosure activity in the fourth quarter of 2013 dropped to the lowest level since the third quarter of 2006. Foreclosure activity has been steadily declining in the state on an annual basis since the first quarter of 2010. But there are three signs there are still some old, rotten and fermented foreclosures festering in […]
Sacramento, CA – April 28, 2014 Great tax relief news for California home owners considering a short sale. The national media has it all WRONG. I just read an article published in Realtor Mag which is a publication put out by the National Association of Realtors (a link to this article below). The headline […]
Foreclosure Defense | You Have Rights
To address growing concerns about big banks taking advantage of homeowners in the foreclosure process, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris successfully proposed legislation referred to as the Homeowners’ Bill of Rights.
The objective was to level the playing field between homeowners and the relentless banks and their agents. The intent was to ensure that banks at least try to work out a plan with borrowers before foreclosing on their homes.
If you are facing foreclosure, you have rights - read more