Real Estate News – September 5, 2011




Doggie DNA to catch owners who don’t scoop the poop (via NaplesNews.com): http://bit.ly/qx7bn5


Homeowners struggling to stay out of foreclosure can get some help through a federal government loan program that has been extended (via wydaily.com): http://bit.ly/rc3lWf


Mortgage relief eludes Easton woman (via mcall.com): http://bit.ly/oJpQCJ


The appeal of mortgage REITs is the stable cash dividend during an exceptionally low interest rate environment. The SEC sent the mortgage REIT market into a tizzy on Wednesday after saying that it is considering changing the exemption status of the mortgage REIT market (via seekingalpha.com): http://bit.ly/ox9M1e


Sweeping Nevada lawsuit flogs Bank of America (via denverpost.com): http://bit.ly/o04Zga


FHA foreclosure moratorium in Irene disaster zones (via Newsday.com): http://bit.ly/pEgvhq


A federal judge in Mobile last week agreed to a request by prosecutors to postpone the trial of a woman accused in a mortgage fraud case and send her for a psychiatric evaluation (via blog.al.com): http://bit.ly/nKdMrx



 

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