WASHINGTON - Bank of America on Friday halted foreclosures on homes across the country so it could review paperwork in tens of thousands of cases for flaws, expanding a crisis at a perilous time for the housing market.
WASHINGTON - Litton Loan Servicing LP is the latest mortgage company to halt some foreclosures and evictions so it can review its process for handling foreclosures.
WASHINGTON - A mushrooming crisis over potential flaws in foreclosure documents is threatening to throw the real estate industry into chaos, as Bank of America on Friday became the first bank to stop taking back tens of thousands of foreclosed homes in all 50 states.
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama has rejected a bill that the White House fears could worsen the mounting problems caused by flawed or misleading documents used by banks in home foreclosures.
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- Iowa atty general seeks to halt foreclosures
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- Mortgage rates fall to decades-low of 4.27 pct.
- Officials call for halting some Mich. foreclosures
- Arizona part of mortgage aid pact with Wells Fargo
- AG Holder says Justice looking into foreclosures
- NC AG investigating 15 lenders over foreclosures
- Home loans for purchases rise 9.3 percent
- AG Biden asks 3 banks to freeze foreclosures
- AP analysis: Economic stress declined in August
- Pending home sales rise 4.3 percent in August
- Bank exec checked only date on foreclosure docs
- Regulators close small Florida, Wash. banks
- Bank of America delays foreclosures in 23 states
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- APNewsBreak: BofA delays foreclosures in 23 states
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- White House: Stimulus law working as promised
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- Summary Box: Mortgage rates match low of 4.32 pct.
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- Ohio to get almost $250M in federal housing aid
- Mortgage rates match low of 4.32 percent
- JPMorgan suspends certain foreclosures
- Home prices to take hit next year in many markets
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