Regional price variances, low inventory and too many homeowners still underwater mean higher prices aren't resulting in big loan gains.
The 13.000-member, $103 million Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union expressed support Sept. 24 for Richmond, Calif., to obtain and restructure some mortgages even if the Bay Area town has to use eminent domain.
The fight between the City of Richmond, Calif. and 624 mortgage lenders continues, as the city attempts to obtain the loans through eminent domain.
Berkeley, Calif., credit union states support of idea passed by Richmond, Calif., council members.
Eminent domain plan wins Richmond City Council approval but remains in limbo in face of state law.
Nine attorneys general pen letter saying Edward DeMarco stands in the way of progress for struggling homeowners.
Two-thirds of Nevada refis, more than half of Florida's attributable to HARP underwater mortgage help.
More consumer-friendly provisions of the recently passed fiscal cliff deal keep surfacing.
Saying that it hopes to help several million more families save money while helping the economy, the Obama administration on Oct. 24 unveiled a multifaceted plan to encourage the refinancing of mortgages.