Real Estate News – April 18, 2011



Military man returns from war to find home foreclosed (via HousingWire.com): http://bit.ly/gr5ZDz


Richfield dreams big about the old Lyndale Garden (via StarTribune.com): http://bit.ly/emeVeB


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced it will offer several grants to help remove housing-related health hazards — such as lead-based paint removal — from low-income homes (via REALTORMag): http://bit.ly/dZcKqj


The Federal Trade Commission has mailed 1,410 refund checks totaling an estimated $2.3 million to consumers allegedly defrauded by Home Assure LLC, a so-called mortgage foreclosure rescue service (via collectionscreditrisk.com): http://bit.ly/fWHeb9


A 49-year-old Champlin, Minnesota woman has admitted to participating in a mortgage fraud scheme involving at least 200 properties, principally in north Minneapolis, and mortgage proceeds of about $35 million (via StarTribune.com): http://bit.ly/gFn8OO



 

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