The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is going after “zombie” foreclosures — distressed properties where the foreclosure process is started but never completed, leaving some unsuspecting borrowers on the hook for a home (and fees and taxes) they thought had already been foreclosed upon, NAR reports. Read more.
In other headlines:
Adjustable-Rate Mortgages Make a Comeback – Wall Street Journal
4 Million Renters Say They’re Eager to Buy – REALTOR® Magazine Online
Haisler: Real estate agent perception not fair – Northwest Herald