February 28, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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At least four of the five houses on Bayview Place, a cul-de-sac off Clocks Boulevard in Massapequa, have been so badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy that they are no longer habitable

At least four of the five houses on Bayview Place, a cul-de-sac off Clocks Boulevard in Massapequa, have been so badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy that they are no longer habitable
Photo courtesy of Newsday

“Civil rights and fair housing leaders hail HUD’s new anti-discrimination rule,” reports the Gary Crusader.

Marketwatch prints, “2012’s foreclosure sales lowest in five years.”

“Banks to pay 75% of Sandy settlement to homeowners,” writes Newsday.

The Business Journal of Milwaukee posts, “Mortgage settlement to provide $143.6 M in Wisconsin relief.”

 “Point-In-Time census taken of homeless in Lake Area,” says the American Press.

WSVN Channel 7 News reports, “Free help for homeowners event coming to Miami.”

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