August 7, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“FHA Refinance Applications Surge Almost 200 Percent”, Santa Ana Business News Examiner CNN Money prints Housing Recovery Could Lift Jobs, Spending. “Affordable housing program helps elderly couple regain financial strength.” Old Alexandria Patch writes City Hosts Roundtable on Responsible Homeownership. .And, KARK 4 News publishes Grant for Little Rock’s Our House Will Help the Working […]

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August 6, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Housing Wire reports “Obama scorecard shows amount of underwater borrowers shrunk in 1Q.” The Hill reports “housing market shows improvement across all regions.” HARP Refinancing is Really Happening, Fox Business. Bloomberg publishes U.S. Mortgage Closing Costs Fall 7.4% As Banks Compete. And, Day Center for Homeless to Offer New Help headlines Daily Press.

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August 3, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The New York Times publishes Relief for Distressed Borrowers. “Housing Recovery: Area contractors report increase in building permits” The Spectrum. NASDAQ writes Refinancing Your Mortgage in Retirement. Out From Under: Refinancing Program Helps Owners on Brink headlines Mail Tribune. Blytheville Courier News reports Plans Nearly Complete for 36 New ‘Affordable Housing’ Units. And, “There is […]

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August 2, 2012

Breaking Down the Mortgage Servicing Settlement: How it Helps You

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By now, I’m certain that you’ve heard about the historic $25 billion National Mortgage Servicing Settlement.  Along with 49 state attorney generals, the Federal government reached an agreement with the Nation’s five largest loan servicers to hold the banks accountable for their actions and to provide relief to distressed homeowners.  It is our goal to […]

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August 1, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Cincinnati Enquirer prints HUD Chief Favors Refinancing. U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Visits the West Side, Fox 19. Bloomberg News writes “Construction spending in U.S. climbs to almost three-year high.” “Valley development and housing programs get funding” Central Valley Business Times. And, Houston Chronicle reports Study: Houston’s Homeless Population Declines.    

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