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Major conflict could return to southern Sudan unless there is urgent international action to save the peace agreement that ended one of Africa's lo...
Last week, the US Treasury reported that only 9% of eligible homeowners had been helped by the Obama Administration's Making Home Affordable progra...
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What does the recession look like to you?

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Despite efforts by the Obama Administration to stave off foreclosures by providing incentives for banks to modify mortgages for distressed homeowne...

Foreclosures on Huffington Post

Saving for a home is challenging, but it’s even tougher when a local market is stacked against you.
For example, assuming you make San Francisco’s....
Update: On May 10th, 2017 HousingWire reported that the Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending ordered Ocwen to cease acquiring mortgag...
You may love President Donald Trump or you may hate him. But there’s one thing you can’t deny: Trump and the Republican Congress have either cut o....
WASHINGTON ― The Senate on Monday cleared the way to confirm Jay Clayton as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, making a Wall Stree...
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the city of Miami can sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo under federal housing law for allegedly engaging i...

Foreclosures on Huffington Post

Saving for a home is challenging, but it’s even tougher when a local market is stacked against you.
For example, assuming you make San Francisco’s....
Update: On May 10th, 2017 HousingWire reported that the Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending ordered Ocwen to cease acquiring mortgag...
You may love President Donald Trump or you may hate him. But there’s one thing you can’t deny: Trump and the Republican Congress have either cut o....
WASHINGTON ― The Senate on Monday cleared the way to confirm Jay Clayton as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, making a Wall Stree...
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the city of Miami can sue Bank of America and Wells Fargo under federal housing law for allegedly engaging i...

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There’s good news and bad news for New York City retail. While “for rent” signs proliferate on shop windows and asking rents drop in some parts of ...
Eight years after New York City pulled the plug on a plan to do away with antiquated Garment District zoning, city hall recently came up with a new...
Lights, camera! The once cinema-deprived Financial District is poised to become Manhattan’s movie-theater mecca. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is about t...
Plunging retail rents in 14 of Manhattan’s 17 high profile shopping corridors are catching the attention of retailers, a new report has found. Desp...
Members of the exclusive New York Yacht Club are suing the city because they’re unable to use what they call their “spectacular fireplaces.” The la...