Overextended Maryland homeowners who desperately need a break are getting just that.
There’s new hope for Maryland homeowners struggling to make ends meet. Nearly a billion dollars is coming our way as part of a massive settlement with five major U.S. banks.
In Baltimore, frustration grows over the struggling housing market. For families facing foreclosure, that frustration is aimed right at the big banks.
Occupy Frederick members are trying to call attention to the local impact of the foreclosure crisis.
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger will host a foreclosure prevention workshop at Deer Park Elementary School in Owings Mills on Saturday.
Mortgage giant Fannie Mae has opened a center in Prince George’s County to help homeowners who are facing foreclosure.
The past few years have seen a record number of home foreclosures. While the situation has improved in Maryland, state officials went door-to-door to try to help those who still need help staying in their homes.
An ambitious development plan for Washington’s New York Avenue that fell victim to the real estate bubble could see new life after a foreclosure.
Forty million dollars is up for grabs for Maryland homeowners who can’t pay their mortgages. A federal program hopes to help, but time to sign up is running out.
A training session to help representatives of the faith-based community better understand foreclosure and financing issues is scheduled in Baltimore.
Marylanders in danger of losing their homes may get help if they act quickly.
The Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center will be sold at a foreclosure auction.