LANSING — State Senate Democratic Floor Leader Tupac A. Hunter last week announced the launch of a new Web site, http://www.saveMIneighborhood.com. Hunter says the Web site invites Michigan homeowners to share their foreclosure stories and keep […]
A 101-year-old woman who was evicted from her longtime Detroit home after her 65-year-old son failed to pay the mortgage is getting it back, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said.
A 101-year-old woman has been evicted from the southwest Detroit home where she lived nearly six decades after her 65-year-old son failed to pay taxes on the home.
Homeowners in danger of repossession may find some relief over the next few days at Cobo Center during a five-day save-my-home marathon.
The state of Michigan continues to be plagued by foreclosures. A recent report on foreclosures ranks Michigan seventh on a list of the top state foreclosure rates.
Foreclosure activity in the state and Metro Detroit defied the national trend in May, with the state posting a 12.5 percent increase from April, while the national rate of troubled homeowners dropped 2 percent.
A group of faith leaders gathered in front of a vacant home on Detroit’s west side to call on lenders to work with families to keep them in their homes, rather than foreclosing.
Another auction of Michigan homes is being held and you should know the rules before you do any bidding.
Michigan remains among the top ten states with the highest foreclosure rate despite steady declines.
A steady flow of struggling homeowners have been filning into Detroit’s Cobo Center to meet with counselors and other specialists on ways to avoid foreclosure.