A new program has been helping Superstorm Sandy victims keep their homes out of foreclosure.
As the federal government releases its first batches of aid for recovery from superstorm Sandy, Shaun Donovan, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, has been visiting some of the areas hardest hit.
As economic uncertainty persists, many people are looking for ways to save money. One of the ways they are doing it is by cutting corners at home, but that decision, according to experts, could be costly.
The Small Business Administration is known mostly as the organization that gives loans to entrepreneurs looking to start businesses, but when a disaster is declared, the agency does a lot more.
The Yammamoto’s say they are prime examples of how the assessment system in Nassau County, Long Island does not work.
The city is demanding that homeowners on a little-used, dead-end street in the Bronx make expensive improvements, and residents are outraged.
Marie Miller is among the millions of homeowners struggling to hold onto her home, and now a scam artist has hit her in the middle of her financial troubles.
Homeowners in Queens say they turned to the city for help and ended up with an expensive headache, as a call to 311 could end up costing them $5,000 or more.
Most U.S. homeowners should get some relief on their heating bills this winter.
Officials at one Long Island town are considering making property owners responsible for sidewalk repairs.