Tag Archives: homeowners

Week in review: 4/8/11

Optimism at O’s opener Vendors and concession stand owners inside and outside at Camden Yards were equally positive about a strong home Opening Day bringing in cash. The Orioles, playing with three new starting infielders, had begun the season with three ...

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Wanted: More foreclosure mediation

The architects of Maryland’s new foreclosure mediation law are pleased with how it has worked in the last eight months. Now, if only more homeowners would participate. “The problem with mediation isn’t mediation, it’s homeowners opting into mediation and homeowners ...

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O’Malley, Rawlings-Blake testify at foreclosure hearing

Kevin Jerron Matthews tried 50 times in a year to speak with his mortgage servicer in an effort to prevent a foreclosure on his Northern Parkway home. The disabled military veteran drained retirement funds and let other bill payments lapse ...

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House panel’s bill would end foreclosure program

WASHINGTON — A House committee plans to write legislation next week ending the Obama administration’s flagship effort for helping struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure and abolishing three other housing assistance programs. At its meeting next Thursday, the highest-profile target of the ...

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