Curtis Hertel, the “Register of Deeds” in Ingham County, says current law exposes struggling homeowners to fraud and a variety of scams.
The “Step Forward” awareness effort has helped contribute to a 16 percent decline in Michigan’s foreclosure activity in July from the previous month and a 42 percent decrease in foreclosure activity from July 2010.
Foreclosure slaes in metro Detroit rose in June from year-ago levels while non-foreclosure sales plunged, according to new figures from the Farmington Hills real estate information form Realcomp II Ltd.
The country’s jobless rate inched up this past week.
According to a new report, home prices in the country’s major metro areas, including Detroit, have sunk to their lowest level since 2006.
You’re not going to find much optimism out of home builders these days.
Home sales numbers have fallen 4.9 percent in Livingston, Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties for the month of April over 2010 numbers.
There are houses in the suburbs going for as little as $6,000 — seemingly the deal of a lifetime. Should you take the plunge on one of these properties?
The number of empty homes and vacant rental properties grew by nearly 50 percent in Michigan over the past decade.
Michigan U.S. Senator Carl Levin is pushing to have the Justice Department look into reports of lender abuse in Detroit.