Overseas Markets on Verge of Bubble, IMF Warns

The International Monetary Fund says that several global housing markets are overheating, even in the U.S. – which is still digging itself out of a housing bubble that popped in 2008.

Latest Foreclosure Settlement – Whitewash For Banks Or Proof That Banks Are Not Guilty?

The latest 8.5 billion dollar foreclosure fraud settlement has the top ten banks paying out this money to mortgage borrowers who were involved in a foreclosure proceeding in 2009 and 2010, without regard for whether that borrower was wronged or not.

A Forgotten Victim Of The Housing Crisis

Many individuals, from all walks of life have had it tough the last few years. The jobs outlook, in reality, is bleak in many areas, which contributes to not only real financial difficulties, but also perceived ones.

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