Government-Sponsored Program Set To Help Struggling HomeownersChicago has one of the highest delinquent mortgage rates in the country, and a government-sponsored program is being held in Rosemont Monday for struggling homeowners.
West Side Tenants Threaten Rent Strike Over Repair DisputeTenants of an apartment building that’s in foreclosure in the Austin neighborhood on Chicago’s West Side say they’re fed up and are threatening a rent strike.
Eviction Of Retired Nun May Be At HandCBS 2’s Mike Parker first reported on the plight of Mary Alice Keeler in September, and now there are signs that authorities may be about to make their move to force her out of her house.
NAACP To Teach Homeowners About Foreclosure RightsA local branch of the NAACP wants to make sure homeowners know their rights when it comes to foreclosure.
Singer R. Kelly's Olympia Fields Home On Market For $1.6 MillionChicago-born singer R-Kelly's suburban home is on the market following a foreclosure suit this summer.
Wrigleyville Hotel-Retail Development Hit With ForeclosureThe massive Addison Park on Clark hotel-residential-retail development in Wrigleyville got the green light from the City Council last year, despite heated opposition from many neighbors.
Former Nun Becomes Casualty Of Mortgage CrisisForeclosure can happen to anybody, even an elderly retired nun from Chicago. She’s been foreclosed and is worried about being put out on the street, CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Report: Spire Developer's Gold Coast House In ForeclosureThe developer of the defunct Chicago Spire condo tower is now the subject of a foreclosure lawsuit on his Gold Coast home.
Wrigley Rooftop Club Files For Bankruptcy To Block AuctionThe owners of a rooftop club across from Wrigley Field have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, in order to block a foreclosure auction that was set to go ahead within hours.
Homeowners Due Cash After ForeclosuresCook County officials are looking for nearly 2,000 former property owners who are due money after a foreclosure.
State Using Federal Money To Help Delinquent HomeownersThe State of Illinois is using federal money to help delinquent homeowners.
More Homeowners Walking Away From Upside Down MortgagesYou'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 To Petition Attorneys General On ForeclosureHousing activists are taking their demands to a meeting of state attorneys general at the Drake Hotel Tuesday afternoon.
Foreclosures Becoming EyesoresAll across Chicago, we’re now seeing more of the debris left behind when the housing market bubble burst.
Couple Claims They Were Duped By Bank Into ForeclosureA local couple said they did what the bank told them to do—and now they are facing foreclosure on their home.