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U.S. foreclosure activity hits lowest level since 2006: RealtyTrac

(Reuters) – Foreclosure activity in the United States dropped last month to the lowest level since July 2006, before the housing bubble burst, and likely will continue to drop through the first half of next year, an industry group said on Thursday. 300 more words

Bank Owned

What If I Didn't List Something. . . .

First of all, there is a huge difference between failing to list an asset, like that mineral interest you inherited from your Grandparents, and failing to list a debt, like a car loan. 568 more words


Webinar: Limiting Confidentiality in Mortgage Litigation on Feb. 25

The HBOR Collaborative is sponsoring a webinar later this month that may be of interest to attorneys who are working with homeowners in California to avoid foreclosure.   353 more words

California Reinvestment Coalition News

Foreclosure Alternatives in CA

  1. Loan Forbearance
  • A loan forbearance is not for everybody. It is for those people who are having temporary financial difficulties. Temporary financal restraints such as medical leave, layoffs, union strikes or furlough days may qualify one for a loan forbearance.
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House Tips

6 Unanswered Questions about the CIT Group and OneWest Merger

Tomorrow, CIT Group releases its earnings call for Q4.  CIT Group is also in the middle of a proposed bank merger with OneWest Bank, a merger that the California Reinvestment Coalition and 70 other organizations are opposing.  302 more words

California Reinvestment Coalition News

The Stress of BECU v. You

If you are currently being sued by BECU (or any other banking institution), we know that the stress can be deadly. The resounding thoughts about your financial circumstances can become overwhelming.   128 more words

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