Foreclosure headed for sharp rise, report says
Clerk of court reviews suits on ground rent
DEMANDS FOR REFORM
THE NEW LORDS OF THE LAND
Woman accuses delegate of fraud
Rehabbers retreat as the market slows down
Flipping cases of city homes drop 77% since '99, report says
Landlord has woes but lives in luxury Schlesinger faces legal, financial trouble here and elsewhere
Down payment by credit card Fannie Mae's pilot program helps homebuyers; Flex 97 being tested; 24 Baltimore lenders receive $50 million for use in the city
Md. assumes 3 apartment buildings Troubled partnership relinquishes control of 48 housing units; Code violations alleged; Action accompanies state foreclosure after loan unpaid
Riverdale landlord is probe target HUD audit prompts investigation by federal prosecutors; Essex complex is abandoned; Whether he profited while defaulting on mortgage is one issue
Imperfect homebuyers get a break
Auctions of the absurd Tax sales: Controls are needed to protect governments from unbridled bidders.
ALLIANCE OFFERS GUIDANCE FOR AREA HOMEOWNERS
Kornblatt secures loan to rescue St. Paul Plaza Unsecured debts paid to end bankruptcy
Point Breeze center to be auctioned Cigna foreclosing on 130-acre business park in S. Baltimore; Loan in default; Creaney & Smith, AEW are debtors on property
Man in the shadows Nerve: His history of legal troubles gave William P. Trainor good reason to mask his involvement in Novatek.
Pet cemetery owner ordered to pay clients who didn't get markers, ashes
Md. site of HUD pilot project U.S. agency contracts with 1 realty firm to oversee, sell homes; Goal is to save time, money; Offices in Baltimore, La., Calif., take part in one-year trial
No-equity mortgages expected to be hot in '97 You can borrow up to 125%, but it could be risky
One Charles Center is bought by Angelos Price was $6 million for premier address
A warning system for foreclosures Freddie Mac to introduce electronic tool to spot troubled borrowers
New law lets relatives give loans in FHA deals 'Gift letter' rule amended to allow repayment
Which of us truly made it on our own?
Bank spares family from foreclosure Wyatts grateful for turnabout after community outpouring
Family without a safety net Foreclosure: There used to be a federal program to help Walter Wyatt's family keep their home after an injury left him unable to work. In the name of efficiency, Congress killed it.
Md. tops nationwide rate of troubled mortgages 4.83% in state were at least month overdue
End is near for WWII-era apartments After years of neglect, half of East Balto. Co. complex will be razed
Ground rent owners can get help collecting Foreclosure action may force payment
HUD to hold auction 97 homes in region up for sale Friday at Omni Inner Harbor; 'Aggressive' selling sought; Foreclosure inventory rises, creating need to unload properties
Credit score indicates if you'll default on mortgage
'Foreclosure prevention' is focus of classGary Klein,...
Bank shifts land unit's focus to investment One-time liquidator buys office complex
Westside project goes on the block HUD is foreclosing on Stephen's Square revitalization hope
Jury to weigh punitive damages in addition to $25 million award Conflict of interest is focus of legal malpractice case
Foreclosure assistance by FHA ends 'Assignment' program for homeowners dropped by Congress; High cost, low success cited; New methods to aid borrowers would shift burden to lenders
Handling a HUD home Different paths: HUD houses provide home buyers a chance to get a bargain. But critics say they attract investors who do minimal repairs, hurting neighborhoods.
Freemen 'revolution' started with money Farmers' schemes grew from effort to climb out of debt, neighbors say
Hollins St. homeowners' dreams destroyed Some abandon failed housing project
Housing inspectors combing apartments County's crackdown a warning to landlords
Fannie Mae getting tough on late loans But Freddie Mac is more lenient
F&E; files Chapter 11 for composting affiliate Action could keep permit in valid status
Mortgage bargains possible in 'risky' cases
FHA makes new housing, fix-ups work Major role: Federal Housing Administration mortgage insurance plays a key part in the construction and rehabilitation of apartment complexes in the area.
Delinquent ground rent can lead to foreclosure
Flat tax plans have Realtors up in arms Impact on home sales, values expected to be massive, destructive; Rise in foreclosures feared; Groups mobilizing to protect mortgage interest deduction
The $1.6 billion client RTC is no more: The Resolution Trust Corp. closed down last month. Many law firms were well rewarded for helping it mop up after the savings and loan debacle.
Swiss bank begins foreclosure on F&E; recycling plant $35.6 million sought by financing partner
Marriott's ploy begins to pay off Buying spree: Host Marriott's strategy of buying full-service hotels has paid off handsomely with a 9 percent rise in earnings and some of the world's most prestigious properties.
Finances of landlord in question Owner gets subsidies despite default on federal mortgage; Essex complex is run down; HUD wants an audit; county wants to demolish buildings