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NJ could turn foreclosures into affordable housing — proposed law - New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio


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NJ could turn foreclosures into affordable housing — proposed law
New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Foreclosures remain a significant problem, though not the crisis of a few years ago, and lawmakers and the courts are advancing ideas to address the issue.

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Bank of America stops US foreclosures for review - TheReporter.Com


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Bank of America stops US foreclosures for review
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WASHINGTON — Bank of America on Friday halted foreclosures on homes across the country so it could review paperwork in tens of thousands of cases for flaws, expanding a crisis at a perilous time for the housing market. The move came as PNC Financial ...


Report: Numbers of NJ foreclosures down to lowest point since housing market collapse - Burlington County Times


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Report: Numbers of NJ foreclosures down to lowest point since housing market collapse
Burlington County Times
The report from the Special Committee on Residential Foreclosures made 17 recommendations ranging from improving public outreach and understanding of the foreclosure process to changes the Legislature and courts might consider to improve the further ...
Assembly committee puts state's foreclosure process under a microscopeNJTV News

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Foreclosures Way Down In NJ, New Proposals for Ways to Ease Process Further - NJ Spotlight


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Foreclosures Way Down In NJ, New Proposals for Ways to Ease Process Further
NJ Spotlight
Officials have been cognizant of the continuing negative publicity generated by New Jersey's enduring rank atop lists of states with the most foreclosures. When Chief Justice Stuart Rabner created the committee in May 2017, he charged it with reviewing ...


Progress Made, But Work Remains on Foreclosures, NJ Court Committee Says - Law.com


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Progress Made, But Work Remains on Foreclosures, NJ Court Committee Says
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Citing the need for further progress in addressing New Jersey's residential foreclosure crisis, a state Supreme Court committee on Thursday issued a series of recommendations aimed at continuing to reduce the number of homeowners in danger of losing ...
NJ Foreclosure Cases Reduced to Lowest Level in DecadeCape May County Herald

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