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Recent mortgage modifications seem to help

Borrowers who had their mortgages modified recently are faring better than those who had them altered earlier in the housing crisis. Full story

The Next Foreclosure Fight

   Homeowners struggling to pay their mortgages are letting homeowners associations fees slide, and now HOAs are fighting back and foreclosing. Tom Skiba, of the Community Associations Institute; Bill Davis, an attorney; and CNBC's Diana Olick discusses t...

Bird ritual foiled by house's windows

   Homeowners in Colorado are disturbed by a confused bird that repeatedly flies into their home's closed windows. KUSA's Tom Cole reports.

Government pushes short sales as homeowner rescue

   Homeowners under threat of foreclosure are looking to new Treasury Department rules designed to expedite short sales, in which a lender allows a homeowner to sell a house for less than what is owed on the mortgage. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.

Facebook users to face higher insurance costs?

   Avid uses of Facebook and Twitter could face higher insurance premiums if they share too much information about their whereabouts. David Carnoy of CNET.com reports.

L.A. foothills under mudslide threat

Homeowners in mud-ravaged foothill towns north of Los Angeles pack their cars and leave Tuesday as evacuation orders take hold and a new winter storm arrived. Full story

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