Ten months after the national mortgage settlement was hailed as a major step in reforming a broken system, some homeowners are getting aid — but some housing advocates say the overall results are not what they'd hoped.
A Baltimore man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to conspiracy to commit wire fraud because he secured mortgages for six homes in Upper Fells Point with fraudulent information, prosecutors announced.
Military service members stationed away from homes they bought before the housing bust can't easily sell. Regulators are trying to increase their options, but one assistance program is about to expire.
Maryland's attorney general said Friday that the nearly $60 million pot of money he controls from the national mortgage settlement would be spent only in ways designed to help homeowners and communities struggling with foreclosure.
Gingrich is an admitted adulterer and once worked for Freddie Mac to convince Congress that the mortgage-lending giant was financially sound; how can Christian conservatives who believe in the Bible support an adulterer and a thief?
And so it is that I will come to TV tonight hoping to see one of the few anchors who has the stature and the credibility to call out Gingrich on his phony game of pounding the press by telling moderators how "stupid" (one of his favorite words) or "wrong" (another) their questions are take this compromised candidate on.
Nerve-wracking economic conditions and more stringent mortgage requirements helped push home sales in the Baltimore region to their lowest level for the month of October in at least 13 years, putting more downward pressure on prices.