The State of Illinois is using federal money to help delinquent homeowners.
You’re underwater, you’re upside down, but you’re not in foreclosure. You can afford the monthly payment on your home, but it’s eating up most of your income. That’s the situation for many homeowners and as CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports some are choosing to give up their homes.
Housing activists are taking their demands to a meeting of state attorneys general at the Drake Hotel Tuesday afternoon.
All across Chicago, we’re now seeing more of the debris left behind when the housing market bubble burst.
A local couple said they did what the bank told them to do—and now they are facing foreclosure on their home.
The Illinois Supreme Court has put together a committee made up of judges, bankers, lawyers, a law professor and a representative of the Attorney General’s Office with the goal of coming up with ways to help people facing foreclosure.
Foreclosures were lower in Illinois last month, but experts say it’s a temporary decline.
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If you lost a home or commercial property to foreclosure and might still have equity in it, you could have money coming to you. Check services.cookcountyclerkofcourt.org/foreclosure/ or call 312-603-5035. The Cook County Clerk of the […]
The Cook County Court Clerk is looking for 1,900 people to whom she owes $17 million, money that was equity in houses and buildings that were foreclosed on, money the original owners never claimed.
Evictions of Cook County homeowners whose mortgages have been foreclosed could resume next week after a legal opinion ended Sheriff Tom Dart’s five-week moratorium.
A judge has issued a foreclosure order that hands the Block 37 mall downtown over to a bank, according to a published report.
One in every 139 U.S. housing units received a foreclosure filing during the 3rd quarter.