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Bank of America making changes in foreclosure process

WASHINGTON — Bank of America is telling a Senate panel it is making changes in its foreclosure process after an extensive review found areas needing improvement. The bank is one of several big mortgage lenders that recently suspended foreclosures temporarily ...

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Top 5: St. Joseph’s, robocalls and foreclosures

With foreclosures still making headlines nationally, Maryland’s attorney general suing over Election Day robocalls and a verdict for a mother and son involving an umbilical cord, The Daily Record’s legal affairs writers had an interesting week. Here are this week’s ...

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Foreclosure auctions called off

More than 70 percent of the scheduled auctions of foreclosed homes at three Towson-based auction houses were canceled last week as lenders continued to review paperwork for potential errors. Online listings for residential foreclosures at Tidewater Auctions LLC, Mid-Atlantic Auctioneers ...

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Listings pulled for more than 100 foreclosed homes in Maryland

Lenders have pulled the listings of more than 100 foreclosed properties for sale in Maryland over a two-day period this week. Foreclosure listings for all of Maryland show that on Tuesday and Wednesday, 109 properties, most listed by government-sponsored mortgage ...

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