Home / News / Foreclosure (page 30)


The Cost of Fighting Community Blight

A new white paper examines what steps property owners and policymakers can take to prevent the unwanted effects of vacant and abandoned properties.

Read More »

St. Louis Fed: Foreclosure Crisis Nears Conclusion

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis stated that the final remnants of the recession’s “historically elevated rates of extreme mortgage distress and defaults” are largely in the rear view mirror.

Read More »

Price Appreciation—Good for Driving Down Defaults

Home price appreciation has been steady every year since prices bottomed out in 2012. While some analysts may point out that this has hurt affordability, since wage growth has largely not kept up, at least one pointed out a positive result of rising prices.

Read More »

Regulator Releases HSBC from Consent Order

Improvements made by HSBC to its servicing operations over the last few years have led the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to terminate the consent order against the bank originally issued in 2011.

Read More »

Some Markets Go from Hardest Hit to Healthiest

Eight years has made all the difference in several single-family housing markets that were affected most by the recession. Many of these markets now rank among the healthiest, one analysis reported.

Read More »

Ohio Governor Signs Plywood Ban Into Law

History was made for the property preservation industry when Ohio Governor John Kasich signed H.B. 463 into law for the state.

Read More »


Featuring daily updates on foreclosure, REO, and the secondary market, DS News has the timely and relevant content you need to stay at the top of your game. Get each day’s most important default servicing news and market information delivered directly to your inbox, complimentary, when you subscribe.