August 14, 2017
- Homeowners in California are close to receiving what’s owed to them. A San Francisco federal judge approved a preliminary settlement of $750,000 for the bank’s role in their prior loan modifications.
- A D.C. Circuit panel determined a United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD) investigator was potentially harmed by the agency’s refusal to approve a lateral transfer. In a sudden shift, the court recently reversed its prior ruling.
- A township is excited. A New Jersey state appeals court ruled that a Montclair homeowner will not have its attorney’s fees paid by the municipality. This ruling stems from the construction of an assisted living facility.