New Jersey's foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. But it’s not just homeowners facing the problem -- it's renters too.
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee held a hearing to receive feedback on how to make the state's complex and cumbersome foreclosure process easier for residents to navigate.
There is now help for families in danger of losing their homes in NJ where the rate of foreclosures are triple the national average.
Critics of Dodd-Frank have been working to roll back the regulations since it passed in 2010. Tuesday’s House vote is the first, in what many expect to be more, dismantling the banking rule.
New Jersey leads the nation in the number of residential foreclosures in the country.
HAMP will be replaced by a new federal assistance program called Flex Modification.
One safety net for homeowners in trouble comes to an end. Will its replacement help slow down foreclosures? Higher Mortgage rates could put a dent in home sales. Do realtors see a bright spot on the ...
New Jersey’s suicide rate has since risen by 13 percent, now tied for second-highest, according to the CDC.
Christie's top agenda item -- to end the heroin epidemic -- is being expanded across state lines. State control of local schools may come to an end. A new bill would return autonomy to local districts ...
Senator Menendez discussed the importance of the Gateway trans-Hudson tunnel project.
Traffic and time have taken a heavy toll on New Jersey's roads and bridges. Now congress may make matters worse. Senator Menendez talks transportation funding. A few get a jump on Black Friday. But in ...
When the state's in financial stress, state institutions get squeezed. It's happening in higher ed where costs are already soaring. Counting the homeless. Fewer are struggling for shelter in the ...
New Jersey has three of the five U.S. cities with the highest percentage of underwater mortgages.
Fifty bucks for besting the PARCC test? Efforts to postpone using the results for years. Atlantic City's crisis call for creativity. And losing a jazz great.
New Jersey Bankers Association CEO John McWeeney said that a recent survey revealed that bankers are more optimistic about New Jersey's economy than in the past.