housing

In at least 14 states, deeply underwater foreclosures still reign

In those states, deeply underwater foreclosures are more prevalent than those with equity.

Half the nation’s counties sell property tax bills to debt collectors

Watch decades of economic expansion in 5 American cities from space

Thanks to Google, we can now see what urban growth looks like.

People in the Northeast and Midwest (and Texas) pay the highest property taxes

Depending on which county you live in, property taxes can amount to anywhere from 0.2 percent to 3.1 percent of a home's value.

In many states, the recovery is making the income gap worse

New Census data show that many states saw middle-income households decline between the last three years and the preceding three.

What housing recovery? Home values and ownership are down post-recession

The state of housing in the United States is worse over the past three years than it was during the previous three.

States slow to spend billions in TARP funds for underwater homeowners

Nineteen states have been slow to spend money aimed at keeping people in their homes, an inspector general report found.

Things are bad for the 15 communities that explored a desperate housing bailout

The communities lag behind their neighbors and regions on a number of indicators.

Richmond, Calif., takes the nuclear option on housing

Why one California town is keeping Wall Street up at night.

A single city council meeting tonight could affect the fate of the housing market

Tonight, foreclosure-stricken Richmond, Calif., will decide whether to forcibly take underwater mortgages from investors.

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