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Foreclosures Fall Due to New Laws

Foreclosure activity fell 28 percent from a year ago nationally, according to a new report from RealtyTrac, but in California, they were down nearly 40 percent. More telling is foreclosure starts, the first notice of a foreclosure filling. In California … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t Candidates Talking More About Housing?

There has been plenty of political talk about the economy this week, but precious few words about one of the biggest drags on the economy: housing.  Despite recent signs that the housing market is improving, it is far from healthy. … Continue reading

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New Crop of Foreclosures Is Coming

While fewer Americans are falling behind on their mortgage payments, the huge backlog of already delinquent mortgages is finally making its way through the banking system to foreclosure. Total foreclosure activity rose in the first half of this year from … Continue reading

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