Real Estate News – June 13, 2012




Neighbors try to ban 3-year-old from making sidewalk chalk drawings, parents say (via nydailynews.com): http://ow.ly/bxFmu


Son And Occupy Stave Off Foreclosure On Mom (via theuptake.org): http://ow.ly/bxFyh


FHA Turns, Once More, to Private Investors to Aid Troubled Homeowners (via Forbes.com): http://ow.ly/bxFDx


Here’s a controversial but intriguing approach to the U.S. housing crisis: keep cash-strapped residents in their homes by condemning their mortgages (via msnbc.com): http://ow.ly/bxFIA


A homeowner in Sedona said his homeowners association wants him to remove something from his yard he’s had for years (via AZfamily.com): http://ow.ly/bxG0R


U.S. attorneys are increasing their scrutiny of FHA lenders, having recouped $1 billion in losses for the agency from Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, and Flagstar, and issued subpoenas for information from others (via REALTORMag): http://ow.ly/bxGiC


Single-Family Rental Boom to Take Toll on Neighborhoods? (via REALTORMag): http://ow.ly/bxGpx


 



 

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