Real Estate News – May 1, 2012




HOA sues family over backyard swing set (via khou.com): http://bit.ly/IlFW13


Mortgage insurer MGIC Investment Corp. agreed to pay more than $550,000 to settle allegations that it refused to sell policies to women on maternity leave (via online.wsj.com): http://on.wsj.com/KzTDNB


Jeremy Mayfield loses house to foreclosure (via thatsracin.com): http://bit.ly/JBr3dq


Condo Rental Caps Present Thorny Problems (via REALTORMag): http://bit.ly/JQxTx5


A Florida woman says her homeowners association took control of a house she owns, evicted her renter and moved another family in without her consent (via upi.com):
http://bit.ly/KIrwvP


The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled in favor of a Lovingston-area couple in their fight against the foreclosure of their property (via wsls.com): http://bit.ly/K6GOeG


A developer pleaded guilty in US District Court for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme related to multiple condominiums sales in Massachusetts (via boston.com): http://bo.st/IgQ1x0


 


 

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