Group Protests, Speaks Out Against Luxury Housing DevelopmentThe Toll Brothers’ plan to build 57 homes on a 39-acre site is receiving pushback from the group Fight Concord Pines.
Advance Screening Of '99 Homes' Thriller To Provide Much-Needed Funds For Local Homeless ShelterA new movie that puts homelessness in the spotlight is also supporting those living in it.
Pastors Become Link For Homeowners Facing Foreclosure The state of Michigan and local clergy are urging those facing foreclosure to take advantage of available resources.
Grants Offered For Veterans Going Into ForeclosureStruggling Michigan military service members and veterans could be eligible for financial assistance.
Is Michigan's Housing Crisis Over?The CEO of the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan believes it is.
Foreclosure Settlements End This FridayTime is almost up for thousands of eligible Michigan homeowners to get their piece of a $25 billion national foreclosure settlement.
Mich. AG Files Charges In Foreclosure Fraud CaseState authorities are accusing a Detroit-area man of fleecing people out of $800,000 by posing as someone who could modify their mortgages.
Real Estate Report: Nothing For SaleLooking to buy a home this spring? It could be a tough prospect.
A Different Approach For Habitat For HumanityInstead of letting them go to waste in the foreclosure crisis, Habitat Oakland and partners will rehabilitate 6 vacant homes in Southfield for families who could not otherwise afford their own.
Oakland County Reports Drop In Home ForeclosuresOakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said the number of foreclosed homes is just under 1,100 -- about half of what it was this time last year.
The Feldman Report AM 09/07