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Michigan AG Joins In Foreclosure Settlement To Help Housing Crisis; Banks To Pay About A Half-Billion Dollars To Assist Michigan Citizens

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced Michigan will join at least 40 other states in a multi-billion dollar nationwide settlement with five of the nation’s largest banks/mortgage servicers in response to allegations of faulty foreclosure processes and poor servicing…

Michigan’s foreclosure laws give homeowners a safety net and market stability

Michigan’s Public Act 29 of 2009 has been a lifeguard for many of Michigan residents facing foreclosure. In May of 2009, Governor Jennifer M. Granholm signed into law, House Bills 4453, 4454, 4455. This legislation addresses a sweeping virus of foreclosures in Michigan and real estate market instability. This act of Michigan Legislature is not a permanent change to existing foreclosure law and is set to expire July 5, 2011.