Monday, April 29, 2013
Bank-owned homes in Northern Virginia, Fredericksburg.
Patch has 31 community sites in Virginia and D.C. with some of the most in-demand neighborhoods in the commonwealth. Each site routinely covers local real estate. Foreclosures nationwide are on the decline, writes Amrita Jayakumar in the Washington Post. In Virginia, the number of homes in foreclosure is down more than 42 percent from where it was a year ago, according to the report released Tuesday by LPS Applied Analytics, a market research company. The state has foreclosures resources for Virginia homeowners. Using real estate listings from our friends at AOL Real Estate and Zillow, Patch editors looked at bank-owned property on the market last week. Old Town WOW House: 534 N. Pitt St. Foreclosure Home Sales in Chantilly Three …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Bank-owned homes for sale among Woodbridge real estate listings, according to AOL Real Estate.
Foreclosures nationwide are on the decline, writes Amrita Jayakumar in the Washington Post. In Virginia, the number of homes in foreclosure is down more than 42 percent from where it was a year ago, according to the report released Tuesday by LPS Applied Analytics, a market research company. The state has foreclosures resources for Virginia homeowners. Here are five bank-owned homes on the market in the Woodbridge area for over $300,000, according to AOL Real Estate. 3560 Josephine Court Woodbridge, VA 22193 13041 Taverner Loop Woodbridge, VA 22192 13915 Mipalsal Court Woodbridge, VA 22193 12911 Colby Drive Woodbridge, VA 22192 3841 Koval Lane Woodbridge, VA 22192
Monday, October 31, 2011
Prince William County area activists continue to work with financial institutions on solving the area's foreclosure crisis. At an event Sunday, Bank of America pledged money to pay for three HUD-certified housing counselors.
Meg Carroll has seen firsthand how foreclosures can bring a once proud subdivision to near desperation. As the community manager of Georgetown South in Manassas, she has seen abandoned homes used for prostitution, vandalism and drug dealing—all because of predatory lending practices of some of the country’s largest financial institutions. Carroll said almost 300 of the 850 homes in the subdivision are now foreclosed. “It is destruction on the outside, and for those of us who can peel back the layer, there is more and it is absolutely horrible to see it,” Carroll said. Community leaders like Carroll got some good news Sunday at an event that VOICE organized at Freedom High School in Woodbridge, when one of these banks pledged money to help …
Thursday, October 13, 2011
John Gray is the independent candidate for Prince William Board of County Supervisors. He faces incumbent Corey Stewart and Democrat Babur Lateef on Nov. 8. Gray says foreclosures are the county's top problem.
Editor's Note: This Q&A has been re-featured for readers as the election is Nov. 8. John Gray was born May 27, 1951 in Bronx, NY. Gray lives in Lake Ridge with his wife, Doreen. They have four adult children who graduated from Woodbridge High School and all went on to graduate from Virginia universities. He served in the Marine Corps from 1969-1973 before he was honorable discharged at the rank of sergeant. He has been a certified public accountant since 1981. Before that, Gray was a staff auditor with Peat, Marwick & Co (Now KPMG) in New York. He has a bachelor's degree in Business Administration—Public and Finance from Hofstra University. He was Cum Laude in 1974 for his associate's degree from Nassau Community College Gray has been …