Protesters: Moratorium On Foreclosures, Divert Funds From Hardest Hit To HomeowersProtesters say some of the millions of dollars in the 'hardest hit funds' should be used to help keep owners in their homes not for blight removal.
Last-Ditch Foreclosure Hearings Draw Many Detroit HomeownersHundreds of Detroit homeowners in danger of losing their properties flocked Thursday to hearings that offered a last-ditch chance to avoid foreclosure.
ACLU: Group Improperly Barred Protesters From Detroit ParkThe ACLU is seeking a preliminary injunction to stop the banning of petitions and marches at Campus Martius ...
Progress Report: How Gov. Snyder's 2014 State Of The State Goals Stack UpGov. Rick Snyder has unfinished business from his 2014 address, after a year of achieving mixed results.
Wayne County Begins Round Of Tax ForeclosuresWayne County has begun tax foreclosure proceedings on nearly 75,000 properties.
Interest In Detroit Home Auction Sends Site Crashing During Bidding WarAn online bidding war sparked growing virtual interest — crashing a Detroit auction website.
Group Wants Penalties On Banks That Leave Foreclosed Homes To RotA beautiful, but decaying, home was boarded up by a community action group looking to draw the attention of the Detroit Mayor-elect.
$400 Million Available For Michigan Homeowners Facing ForeclosureAs difficult as it may be to believe, millions of dollars in financial aid available to support Michigan homeowners at risk of foreclosure remains unspent.
Mich. To Get $100M To Demolish Vacant HousesThe pilot program to address blight was approved Thursday by the U.S. Treasury Department, according to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Grants Offered For Veterans Going Into ForeclosureStruggling Michigan military service members and veterans could be eligible for financial assistance.
Mortgage Processor Gets Up To 20 Years In Robo-Signing Scheme The former president of a mortgage document processing company has been sentenced to up to 20 years in prison on a racketeering charge in a Michigan case.
Is Michigan's Housing Crisis Over?The CEO of the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan believes it is.