Prove Unlawful Foreclosure Statute Of Limitations And Keep Your Home

If a mortgage holder delays too long to bring a foreclosure action, the homeowner often may keep the foreclosure from happening — it all depends on what the state of residence says about the statute of limitations (SOL).

Airbnb wins legal case against big property landlord Aimco

A Californian judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the property rental provider Airbnb, which claimed that it was deliberately incentivizing people to breach their property leases.

Redfin cofounder threatens lawsuit ahead of IPO launch on Friday

The self-styled ‘next-generation’ real estate broker Redfin could be sued by its former CEO and cofounder in relation to one of its pending patent applications

Cannabis is driving a new real estate boom

A number of U.S. states have legalized marijuana use in the past few years, and now experts say that’s having a major impact on local real estate markets.

Is marijuana to blame for Denver’s housing crisis?

Although marijuana has had a positive effect on the local economy, the state’s largest city, Denver, has been hit by a housing crisis with many residents finding themselves priced out of the market due to rising home prices.

Are We Still Underwater? Housing This Summer

The average home is underwater by around $70,000. The piece visualizes the top 5 worst states for a home loan as well as the top 5 states that are proving to be a huge opportunity for future homeowners. Is this a bad thing, or an opportunity knocking?

New Pennsylvania Law Aimed at Fighting Blight

A new law in Pennsylvania is aimed at taking action against owners of blighted buildings.  The state legislature signed the Neighborhood Blight Reclamation and Revitalization Act into law on October 27, 2010, and it officially went into affect today. Under the new law, those properties that are deemed to be in severe violation of building

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