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Foreclosure Activity Drops to All-Time Low

ATTOM, along with its subsidiary RealtyTrac, has released its year-end 2021 Foreclosure Market Report which has found that there was a total of 151,153 properties with foreclosure filings against them over the course of the year, down 29% from 2020 and down 95% from a peak of 2.9 million ...

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Understanding the HAF

Attorney Marissa M. Yaker details what you need to know about the Homeowner Assistance Fund, and the HAF’s goal of mitigating financial hardships associated with the pandemic.

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January Active Forbearance Numbers Fall Yet Again

Mortgages that are in active forbearance plans continue to fall in January, led by FHA/VA plans.  According to Black Knight’s McDash Flash daily mortgage performance dataset, which covers more than 197 million home loans and home equity data on more than 27 ...

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The Impact of Pre-Foreclosure Notices

A recent case in New York, Bank of America v. Kessler, has challenged a long-standing pre-foreclosure statute. Attorneys Rich Haber and Brian P. Scibetta take a closer look at its impact on the foreclosure process.

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Practicing Law as a Digital Nomad

The global health crisis spurred the legal field to embrace digital processes out of necessity. Attorney Michelle Garcia Gilbert asks “Where do we go from here?”

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Borrower Defenses 2022

When it comes to foreclosures, what types of legal defenses should be expected? Legal League 100 Chair Stephen M. Hladik details the challenges that lie ahead for servicers and their attorney partners.

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