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Evictions Remain A “Lose-Lose” For Massachusetts Landlords: A Case Study

Evictions Remain A “Lose-Lose” For Massachusetts Landlords: A Case Study Suffolk Sheriff Deputies Enforcing Eviction Order Recent Case Shows Fundamental Flaws Remain In The Housing Court Eviction System I recently concluded an eviction with a forced moved out in Dorchester, MA, which epitomizes everything that is wrong with the system here in Massachusetts. For the

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Foreclosure Rates Remain at Historic Lows

Foreclosure Rates Remain at Historic Lows According to the latest CoreLogic Loan Performance Insights Report, in November 2021, 3.6% of mortgages were delinquent by at least 30 days or more including those in foreclosure.  This figure represents a 2.3-percentage point decrease in the overall delinquency rate compared with November 2020.  CoreLogic says measuring early-stage delinquency

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Boston Eviction Moratorium Will End On February 28, 2022, Appeals Court Single Justice Rules, But Questions Remain

Boston Eviction Moratorium Will End On February 28, 2022, Appeals Court Single Justice Rules, But Questions Remain Justice Joseph M. Ditkoff Appeals Court Justice Joseph M. Ditkoff Rules Boston Eviction Moratorium Must End On February 28, 2022, But Questions Remain Whether City Will Enact New Tailored Moratorium The legal challenge to the Boston Eviction Moratorium

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Black Knight Says 1.45 Million Mortgages Remain Seriously Past Due

Black Knight Says 1.45 Million Mortgages Remain Seriously Past Due According to Black Knight’s “first look” report for July, 2021, overall delinquency volumes continued to edge closer to their pre-pandemic levels, however the number of serious delinquencies were still significantly elevated at the end of July.  They point out that around 1.45 million borrowers remained

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