House OKs Bill That Would Clear Titles Of Foreclosed HomesThe Massachusetts House has approved a measure that supporters say will help clear up the titles of previously foreclosed homes in the state.
Senate Bill Seeks To Clear Titles Of Foreclosed Homes In MassachusettsThe state Senate has approved a measure that supporters say will help clear up the titles of previously foreclosed homes in Massachusetts.
State's Housing Market Appears To Be Regaining EquilibriumForeclosures in Massachusetts have hit their lowest level of the year. That's according to the Warren Group, the publisher of Banker and Tradesman.
HUD - Foreclosures in Massachusetts
Foreclosures Continue To Plague Mass. Housing MarketNew statistics show that statewide foreclosure activity in April jumped 47%, to some 1,750, for the highest level seen since the fall of 2010.
NightSide - Boston University Economics Professor Laurence Kotlikoff Joins Dan Rea To Talk About The Housing MarketWhat Does The 26 Billion Dollars Mean To You?
Mass. To Get $318 Million In National Mortgage SettlementAttorney General Martha Coakley says Massachusetts borrowers will receive about $318 million from a $25 billion national settlement with lenders over foreclosure abuses.
GMAC Responds To Attorney General's Lawsuit One day after it was among five major banks sued by Massachusetts over deceptive foreclosure practices, GMAC Mortgage said Friday that it will stop purchasing new mortgage loans written by third parties in the state.
More Local Million Dollar Homes Now In ForeclosureSome of the state’s wealthiest communities are not immune to foreclosure auctions.
Local Foreclosures Up In 2010Foreclosures surged 32-percent in Massachusetts in 2010.
Report: Mass. Foreclosures Up 32 Percent In 2010The number of completed foreclosures in Massachusetts increased 32 percent in 2010 compared with the previous year, and an expert is sounding a cautious tone for the year ahead.
Galvin Wants All Foreclosures Reviewed By JudgeMassachusetts is one of 27 states that do not require home foreclosures to be reviewed by a judge. Secretary of State Bill Galvin wants to change that.