A distinguished panel of experts are gathering in Metro Detroit on Saturday for a free public town hall meeting to help those who are facing foreclosure.
President Barack Obama will announce new rules on Monday to help homeowners with little or no equity in their homes refinance their mortgages to avoid foreclosures.
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.
The sputtering economy is keeping mortgage rates low, with some fixed rates now hovering near four percent.
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.
People Before Banks Coalition is hosting a free legal clinic Saturday in Dearborn for those facing the prospect of losing their homes.
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The Oakland County Clerk is asking State Attorney General Bill Schuette to look at some irregularities in the assignment of several mortgages.
Home prices are at their lowest in eleven years in many of the country’s major cities.