May 28, 2011 The issue of foreclosures continues to be a big problem in theUSand minority communities are being hit the hardest, including Latinos. On this edition of “Centro”, WBZ’sYadires Nova-Salcedotalks with attorney Carmenelisa Perez-Kudzma […]
Massachusetts foreclosure figures for the month of March are down.
HAMP, the Home Affordable Modification Program was launched by the U.S. Treasury exactly two years ago.
On a cold February night in Mattapan Square, several dozen activists held candles and protested outside three homes where eviction notices had been served.
A growing number of homeowners facing foreclosure are going to court over accusations that HAMP, the Home Affordable Modification Program, has failed to deliver promised relief.
The housing market in March of 2011 can be described as tenuous at best.
A gold star mother in Rockland is fighting to save her home from imminent foreclosure.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed into law extra protections for Massachusetts homeowners facing foreclosure and for tenants in foreclosed apartment buildings. The new law bars bankers and lenders from issuing wholesale eviction notices to tenants […]
In part 1 Barry Bluestone, Dean, School of Public Policy at Northeastern University discusses the state of the housing market in Massachusetts.
In part 3 the panel discusses Chapter 40B, Chapter 40S, work force housing, “smart” housing, housing demand.