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Banks responding inadequately to desperate owners may lose incentives and told to repay fed money already received. Read more.
Confidence rose 6 points despite the state's unemployment, with a 14-point surge in buying attitudes about big-ticket items. Read more.
Prices are up more than 3% from the bottom in May 2009, but about 30% below the May 2006 peak. Read more.
An owner who agrees to mail in keys or go through a short sale can now qualify for a new mortgage after only two years. Read more.
A report suggests that fewer buyers care about the tax credit, but that's good if it means the market can stand on its own. Read more.
Statewide sales up 24% compared to March '09; condo sales up 63%. Statewide median prices rise compared to Feb. Read more.
Fed program to help owners is getting off the ground. Banks holding half the nation's 2nd mortgages will participate. Read more.
A Fla. bill that would allow lenders to foreclose without court approval has stalled, but opponents still plan to protest it. Read more.
FederalHousingTaxCredit.com reached the milestone from potential buyers hurrying to beat the April 30 contract deadline. Read more.
After rising for 4 weeks in a row, the average rate on a 30-year FRM was 5.07% this week, says Freddie Mac. Read more.