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The federal government has created a free program — called the Independent Foreclosure Review — to help families whose homes were wrongfully foreclosed.
Historically Black College Morris Brown is facing foreclosure next month, after investors called $13 million worth of bonds tied to the college.
Disturbing new video shows ex-NBA guard dancing bizarrely in a Maryland strip mall.
A new report from the AARP says that minority seniors are having as much trouble with the foreclosure crisis as young minorities.
Facing more than $30 million in debt, Morris Brown College officials have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Several provisions in a foreclosure settlement with banks could help African-American homeowners and communities rebound.
Like many Americans, Blacks have been scarred by the implosion of the subprime lending market. And, according to a new report, they “disproportionately held subprime mortgages during the housing boom and are facing foreclosure in outsize numbers."
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay the Department of Justice $175 million dollars to settle allegations it had discriminated against qualified African-American and Hispanic borrowers in its mortgage lending from 2004 through 2009.
From Vanilla Ice to Jay-Z, even stars aren't immune to the recession.