by Alan Pyke Dec 5, 2013
A new audit of the National Mortgage Settlement shows little progress at curbing industry abuses from the largest banks.
by Alan Pyke Nov 18, 2013
As banks continue to fight a California city's eminent domain scheme, a New Jersey town announces that it's exploring the idea too.
by Alan Pyke Oct 29, 2013
A new audit finds that a TARP program for homeowners was a giant bust.
by Alan Pyke Oct 11, 2013
Wrongful foreclosures number in the millions, and hundreds of people faced foreclosure despite never defaulting on their loans.
by Alan Pyke Oct 8, 2013
Over a billion dollars meant to help victims of foreclosure abuses has gone to budget balancing and other projects.
by Alan Pyke Oct 3, 2013
Sloppy property management practices produce break-ins -- and lawsuits -- by the hundreds.
Regulators and attorneys general are scrambling to salvage the mortgage settlement.
by Alan Pyke Sep 26, 2013
Despite compelling evidence, a new housing discrimination complaint might not end up changing anything.
by Alan Pyke Sep 16, 2013
The Sinclairs nearly lost their home to a wrongful foreclosure sale even though they were current on their payments.
by Bryce Covert Sep 6, 2013
Jacqueline Barber, a retired cop and cancer patient, has been able to buy her house back.