The latest news on foreclosures
Foreclosures were down in 2011, but does more trouble await the housing market in 2012?
The government could finally have plans for dealing with the nation's enormous foreclosure inventory.
The U.S. needs to unload foreclosures, but some worry investors will change the face of neighborhoods.
Standard & Poor's estimates it will take almost four years to clear the nation's bloated supply of distressed properties.
DNC says Romney's message is 'You're on your own.'
More headwinds for housing market could be in store as default and delinquency rates rise.
Bank-owned bargains have become increasingly lucrative for real estate investors, but obstacles remain.
Ben Bernanke says regulators are examining whether mortgage companies cut corners.
If paperwork flaws turn into something bigger, it could trigger another recession.
Some big banks are suspending foreclosures pending investigation, but others are holding their ground and moving forward.