Real Estate News – May 15, 2011



A reprieve from foreclosure fatigue (via StarTribune.com): http://bit.ly/lJpITG


Republican lawmakers on Friday proposed legislation to keep in place the dividends mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pay the government for taxpayer support, while capping the amount of aid they can get (via Reuters.com): http://reut.rs/ivi2tq


Following alleged violations of Ohio consumer law, Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit against The Modification Group LLC (TMG), a Broadview Heights-based foreclosure rescue company (via Cleveland.com): http://bit.ly/kQPrQV


As vacation home sales stall, owners turn to renting (via usatoday.com): http://usat.ly/mhkj8d


Omaha man uses billboards, online campaign in fight with neighborhood group over solar panels (via therepublic.com): http://bit.ly/kaunA9



 

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