March 21, 2013

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“Fitch: More Underwater Borrowers Finds Relief,” reports Yahoo! Finance. The Tampa Bay Times says, “Lawmakers approve plan for $200 million in mortgage settlement funds.” “Federal program gives helping hand to teachers, first responders,” writes News 14. Whitehall News prints, “Whitehall celebrates 12th home rescued by HUD.”

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March 20, 2013

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  Bloomberg News reports, “U.S. ‘Underwater’ Homeowners Regain Equity as Prices Rise.” “More Homeowners Dig Out,” says The Wall Street Journal. Denver Business Journal writes, “Denver launches homeowner assistance program.” “Aging Lexington apartment complex enjoying a renaissance,” prints the Kentucky Herald-Leader.

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March 19, 2013

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Photo courtesy of The Journal News “More U.S. homeowners got back above water in 4th qtr – CoreLogic,” says Reuters. National Mortgage News reports, “Homebuyers Desire on the Rise.” “Rising prices buoy up some underwater homeowners,” writes, The Journal News. Loansafe prints, “HUD Searching for Those Struggling to Rebuild.” “NLIHC Launches Major New Campaign to […]

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March 18, 2013

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Mortgage News Daily posts, “HUD Secretary on Housing Recovery.” “Obama Administration Announces $73.9 Million to Continue Helping Homeless Persons and Families in Florida,” says Real Estate Rama. The Cannon City Daily Record reports, “Help available for homeowners facing foreclosure.” “As economy improves, ‘boomerang’ homebuyers have hope,” writes Anchorage Daily News.

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March 15, 2013

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HUD Secretary Donovan visited the New York Stock Exchange today to discuss the resurgence of the housing market with CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo. NY1 reports, “HUD Pledges More Support to Protect Sandy Homeowners.” “RealityTrac:  Home Repossessions Fall to 65-Month Low in February,” prints U.S. News & World Report. “Obama Administration announces more than $76.8 Million to continue […]

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