Some cities and states have put the worst of the housing crisis behind but others are struggling to recover from foreclosures.
Fewer homeowners are set to lose their homes as the housing market improves.
Homes prices have been climbing modestly, but don’t celebrate just yet.
About 1 in 14 home loans in the U.S. was at least one payment past due in the second quarter of the year.
Florida was the top state in completed foreclosures since last May.
Investor groups are obtaining big loans to turn foreclosed properties into rentals.
Just when you think the housing market is recovering, here comes the reminder: The foreclosure crisis is far from over.
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The bursting housing bubble still has some fizz. The federal government and 49 state attorneys general recently reached a $25 billion settlement with mortgage lenders over alleged foreclosure abuses that helped contribute to the current housing crisis. Now some U.S. representatives want to make sure that the deal doesn’t produce tax problems for the folks
More than 230,000 mortgages began the foreclosure process in January, a 28 percent increase from December.