My Alerts: Mortgage NYT (9 articles)

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Alert Name: Mortgage NYT
July 19, 2009 Compiled: 1:10 AM

WEEK IN REVIEW

Job growth will inevitably resume as the recession gradually ends, but at a trickle, not a torrent.

WEEK IN REVIEW

Serious resentment might be replacing aspiration when it comes to megabucks for the few.

NEW YORK REGION

Homeowners and local groups are trying to guard against the disarray and the devaluation of their neighborhoods.

NEW YORK REGION

The nonprofit Westchester Residential Opportunities has helped 24 homeowners in arrears on their mortgages, but because of continuing demand, it has sought more financing.

NEW YORK REGION

The nonprofit group Hands Inc., which had declared victory in its housing initiatives, is fighting the foreclosure crisis and to preserve past gains.

NEW YORK REGION

The Center for New York City Neighborhoods, a group that works on foreclosure intervention, has been spurred to create its own brokerage to offer home buyers sound financial packages.

NEW YORK REGION

The Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven not only buys and fixes up troubled properties but fosters community interaction programs.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

Could a new federal agency help balance the nation’s dual needs for innovation and safety?

BUSINESS

With the financial crisis, Jamie Dimon, the head of JPMorgan Chase, has become more politically engaged and in the process, the most credible voice of a discredited industry.

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