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Federal government to propse new mortgage lending rules

WASHINGTON — The federal government plans to propose new rules on Tuesday that will give homeowners more ways to avoid foreclosure and get an accurate accounting of their monthly mortgage payments. Congress mandated changes in the rules covering the mortgage ...

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Late mortgage payments up in 3Q, 1st rise in years

NEW YORK — While lawmakers in Washington debated the debt ceiling and consumer confidence dropped, more homeowners in the U.S. were having a harder time making their mortgage payments. The rate that mortgage holders were late with their payments by ...

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Lenders step up foreclosure intent filings (access required)

Maryland housing officials say lenders have filed an average of 15,000 intent notices per month against homeowners since January, indicating a new wave of foreclosures may soon hit the state. The disclosure came Thursday after a national report from RealtyTrac ...

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Mortgages increase, as do loans in foreclosure

The number of mortgages, especially prime fixed loans, increased to record levels during the fourth quarter of 2010 according to a report released Thursday by the Mortgage Bankers Association. But loans in foreclosure increased to 4.63 percent during the quarter, ...

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