Tennessee Foreclosure Rate Down In First Quarter Of 2014

A recent report suggests some promising news for Tennessee’s economy. According to this report, the foreclosure rate in the state is at the lowest it has been since before the 2008 recession when the housing market collapsed. Specifically, the report by the...

New Report Claims Wrongful Foreclosure Rate May Be Higher

There was a time when people trusted banks and financial institutions to follow regulations that were set by the government. Many people believed that these banks worked with consumers for their mutual benefit — particularly when it came to home loans. However,...

Protect Against Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure

Not many people think about their parents or grandparents being in debt. However, according to the Federal Reserve Americans age 65-years-old to 74-years-old have a faster rate of debt growth than any other age group in the country. Therefore, many older Americans...

Wells Fargo Foreclosure Procedures Questioned

A new document is questioning the legality of foreclosures that have taken place across the country. Many Tennessee residents understand that foreclosures were on the rise during the recent recession as people struggled financially and could no longer afford large...

Foreclosure Relief May Be Available To Some After Settlement

Many Tennessee homeowners struggle every month to pay their mortgage and keep their home. Because of job loss, medical emergencies, divorce and deaths many residents have fallen behind in their payments and risk losing their home in foreclosure proceedings. However,...

Home Loan Modifications

The Federal Government has put in place incentives for mortgage companies to modify home loan mortgages in order to allow more people to remain in their homes and avoid foreclosure. The latest program is titled “Home Affordable Modification Program...