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Monthly Archives: May 2010

    Foreclosures plateau – finally. Repossessions soar

    By Brandon Brittingham | May 17, 2010

    NEW YORK ( — The foreclosure plague may have finally reached its peak in April 2010 — but don’t expect delinquency statistics to plummet anytime soon. The total number of foreclosure filings — notices of default, auction notices and bank repossessions — fell by 9% from March to April, and 2% compared with April 2009,... Read More


    By Brandon Brittingham | May 11, 2010

    Wall Street vs Main Street Fannie and Freddie: Making Bank Bailouts Look CheapBy Lauren Tara LaCapra 05/10/10 – 07:00 AM EDT UPNEW YORK (TheStreet) – According to the formula for taxpayer rage — big bailout + housing + rich executives + lack of humility = angry — it’s puzzling that Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie... Read More

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