The latest news on foreclosures
These organizations, typically run by the local government, focus on acquiring and reselling abandoned houses and lots.
Richmond, Calif., is threatening to seize underwater mortgages using eminent domain.
Detroit's plight is sad, but the city can use innovative housing ideas to reverse its fortunes.
Mortgage delinquency rates are at their lowest since July 2008.
Things are starting to look up for Americans who lost their homes during the recession.
A strengthening labor market and low mortgage rates keep a lid on foreclosures.
A new plan to expedite foreclosures in Florida could be detrimental to distressed homeowners.
Congress is calling for more scrutiny on the independent foreclosure review process.
Inventory is low and demand is building--that's a good combination for home prices and jobs.
Although the housing market is showing signs of recovery, other indicators show the foreclosure crisis is getting worse.