One of the nation’s largest mortgage holders is reaching out to struggling homeowners.
California is set to receive the largest share of a $25 billion mortgage settlement announced by President Obama earlier this month.
The estranged elderly father of actress Jodie Foster was convicted of bilking thousands of dollars from homeowners in a home-building scheme.
Two teenage boys were arrested on suspicion of breaking into a home and stealing a loaded shotgun, Murrieta police said.
Prosecutors say two California men charged in a refinancing scam preyed on struggling homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure.
Firefighters maintain that the old wood shake roofs constitute a fire hazard, but at least one council member questions whether the ban should still be enforced in these tough economic times.
Smart, savvy and eager shoppers took to the streets in Fountain Valley’s Sunwood neighborhood Saturday for a 200-home garage sale.
The city’s new sidewalk repair plan would force homeowners to fix broken concrete in front of their properties.
Sen. Barbara Boxer is calling on lawmakers to give millions the chance to refinance their home loans or face another potential meltdown in the housing market.
The Velasco family said despite making an agreement to save their home — which they’ve owned for over 12 years — the bank plans to auction off the property.
The number of delinquent mortgages fell in May to the lowest level since 2006, the result of a slowing housing market and delays in banks’ foreclosure process.
Thousands of troubled homeowners are waiting at the Shrine Auditorium for the “Save The Dream” tour organized by the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America.
Prosecutors say Deutsche Bank illegally evicted tenants, shut off their water and power and then allowed hundreds of properties to turn into blighted homes.
Prosecutors say buyers were told that if they paid half their mortgage payments to Pacific Vantage, the company would cover the other half and eventually split profits on a future sale.
Assemblyman Bob Blumenfeld says the money collected from banks would go to school districts, police and fire departments, and small business loans.