The Grande Market Square in Burnsville has gone into foreclosure.
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Though nearly 40 percent of Twin Cities mortgages were underwater, that number is falling.
The program includes $15,000 in down payment assistance to urban borrowers who will live in their houses for five years.
By several measures, July was a strong month for real estate in the Twin Cities. Prices were up 14.3 percent from a year earlier.
The decline in home prices hasn't helped Minnesota renters
The number of homeowners who are in danger of losing their houses has increased by 11 percent, RealtyTrac said.
For active seniors, a little variety goes a long way toward ensuring a healthy future.
WMC's look-the-other-way laxness continued even after it left the North Side in shambles
Consent agreement calls for consumers to get advance fees returned.
A crowd gathered on the lawn of Bobby Hull in south Minneapolis on Tuesday to support his fight to stay in house after foreclosure.
Franklin Avenue development is in play among lenders