Mortgage Payments

Desperate Homeowners Hire Consumer Defense Law Group, PC to Reverse a Wrongful Foreclosure Trustee Sale Sold to a 3rd Party Highest Bidder

  COSTA MESA, Calif./ August 11, 2018 (STL.News) Homeowners, Anthony and Marylou Anda of Ripon, California were delinquent on their mortgage payments and getting no help from their lender after repeated requests for a loan modification review. This went on for several years before they were eventually foreclosed upon on June 11th, 2018. The Anda’s … Continue reading Desperate Homeowners Hire Consumer Defense Law Group, PC to Reverse a Wrongful Foreclosure Trustee Sale Sold to a 3rd Party Highest Bidder

Former executive with Dallas housing nonprofit gets 5 years

DALLAS/ July 19, 2018 (STL.News) — A former executive with a Dallas County nonprofit housing agency created in 1965 to combat poverty must serve five years in federal prison for defrauding homeowners. Prosecutors say 46-year-old Francisco Javier Gonzalez of Duncanville must also pay nearly $612,000 in restitution. Gonzalez, who was sentenced Monday, pleaded guilty last … Continue reading Former executive with Dallas housing nonprofit gets 5 years

Home Equity Loan Provider Earns Top Rating from TopConsumerReviews.com

OVERLAND PARK, Kan./ July 11, 2018 (STL.News) TopConsumerReviews.com once again awarded their highest five-star rating to LendingTree, an industry leader in Home Equity Loans. For homeowners who need a loan, whether for making home improvements, paying for college tuition, or simply reducing credit card debt, a Home Equity Loan can be a great solution. These … Continue reading Home Equity Loan Provider Earns Top Rating from TopConsumerReviews.com

Puerto Rico to rebuild power grid using US national standard

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico/May 8, 2018 (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — The new CEO of Puerto Rico’s power company announced Monday that the public agency will immediately adopt a U.S. national standard to design and rebuild the island’s power grid following Hurricane Maria. That measure will make it easier for the Electric Power Authority to maintain power lines … Continue reading Puerto Rico to rebuild power grid using US national standard

Where Millennials Can and Can’t Actually Afford to Buy Homes

With rising housing costs and crippling student loan debt, where can millennials actually afford to buy? LOS ANGELES/ Nov. 14, 2017 (PRNewswire)(StlRealEstate.News) — Colorado and Oregon are two of the least affordable states for millennials to buy a home, a new study found. Unsurprisingly, these states also rank as two of the most popular to move … Continue reading Where Millennials Can and Can’t Actually Afford to Buy Homes

Experienced Foreclosure Expert Promises Solutions to Southern California Housing Problem

Orange County, California/ September 1, 2017 (PRWEB)(StlRealEstate.News)–From 2007 to 2009, Southern California’s foreclosure filings surged and swelled, with an average of 133,243 per quarter. Unable to pay their mortgages, over one million homeowners defaulted on their loans, filed for foreclosure, packed their belongings, and reluctantly left the homes they had once dreamt of owning. Although … Continue reading Experienced Foreclosure Expert Promises Solutions to Southern California Housing Problem

Mortgage Payments are Unaffordable in Half of America’s Largest Markets

SEATTLE/June 9, 2017 (STLRealEstate.News) – Buying the typical home listed for sale in more than half of the nation’s 35 largest markets will require a greater share of income than the median-valued home required historically, according to a new Zillow® analysisi. One reason this home shopping season is so difficult for buyers is that the … Continue reading Mortgage Payments are Unaffordable in Half of America’s Largest Markets