New Jersey Foreclosure Rate Highest in the U.S.

Despite the fact that the national foreclosure rate reached an 11-year low last year, New Jersey had the highest rate of foreclosure in the U.S. for the second consecutive year. The continued backlog of distressed properties in the foreclosure process, high property taxes, and slow economic growth is weighing heavily on the current New […]

Senate Approves Sandy Bill While Foreclosure Filings Are On the Rise In New Jersey

A bill to protect Sandy victims from foreclosure was approved by the State Senate on December 20, 2016. Earlier this year, the assembly had approved the bill. The bill has now reached Governor Chris Christie for approval and may offer temporary foreclosure protection to the victims of Hurricane Sandy, which destroyed many homes.


Mortgage Modification Agreement is a Valid Contract

Too often homeowners seeking mortgage modifications comply with the requirements of a trial modification, only to find that their mortgage company has refused to modify the mortgage terms. The case of Bloc v. Seneca Mortgage Servicing, could be the beginning of the end of such a frustrating process for homeowners.


New Jersey’s Foreclosure Rate Exceeds National Average

As some states around the country are seeing their foreclosure rates fall, New Jersey leads the U.S. in foreclosures, according to an article from

During the first half of this year, the number of properties starting the foreclosure process was 17% less than it was the same time last year, according to RealtyTrac. According […]

Assembly Proposes Bill to Codify Foreclosure Mediation Program

A group of New Jersey Assembly members recently proposed legislation which, they said, is designed to help reduce the number of foreclosures in the state and allow homeowners to keep their homes.

The Union News Daily is reporting that Assembly members Mila Jasey, Jerry Green, Jamel Holley and Elizabeth Muoio have drafted a bill that […]

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