Congress approved $10 billion in federal assistance to help homeowners pay off debt, but the program is moving so slowly that protections are expiring before states have figured out how to distribute the money.
Despite foreclosure, experts see bright future for The Shops at Perry Crossing
The shopping center—the 10th-largest in the Indianapolis area, at 600,200 square feet—was repossessed by its lender in October, after Memphis-based owner Poag Shopping Centers LLC defaulted on a $29.9 million loan balance in June. It’s the second foreclosure for the property, which used to be called Metropolis.Read More
The U.S. Census Bureau’s biweekly Household Pulse Survey shows that nearly 4.2 million people nationwide report that it is likely or somewhat likely that they will be evicted or foreclosed upon in the next two months.
The chief executives of the nation’s largest banks went in front of Congress for a second day Thursday, facing questions ranging from inflation to their efforts to keep Americans in their homes after pandemic aid expires this summer.
The owners of the Shops at Perry Crossing had been hoping to sell the shopping center before a May deadline to pay off the property’s loan balance, but the pandemic ruined those plans.
The suit, filed Tuesday in Marion Superior Court by Evansville-based Old National Bank, claims Paul Kite and his firm owe the bank $15.8 million.
The once-booming toxicology business struggled for years under declining revenue and huge debts before being acquired last year by a Texas private equity firm. Its Park Fletcher headquarters building remains empty.
The 100,000-square-foot building on Keystone Avenue once served as the headquarters for the landscape firm Mainscape Inc.
The sale is intended to resolve a lawsuit filed by Wells Fargo Bank that accused Hofmeister of defaulting on a $2.3 million mortgage on the building.
The foreclosure lawsuit is the latest legal problem for the 43-year-old retailer, which is still trying to pay off debt from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy it filed in 2011.
Banks support proposed state legislation that could prevent Hoosier homeowners from using a settlement process to avoid foreclosure. But the sponsor of a bill with the controversial provision says he will strike it.
An Indiana law that has helped thousands of residents at risk of foreclosure keep their homes could be "gutted" under a bill being considered by state lawmakers, housing advocates say.
The two centers are owned by Centre Properties and located on the east and west sides of Indianapolis. Meanwhile, in a separate case, a lender is seeking to foreclose on several industrial buildings.
First Horizon Home Loans claims the owner of the Villagio at Page Pointe still owes nearly $5.2 million on an $11.6 million loan and is asking a court to appoint a receiver to manage the property until it’s sold.
The Gold Building and Two Market Square have been struggling to maintain tenants and face a potential exodus of others to the county’s proposed criminal justice complex.
The lender for the Hawthorns Golf & Country Club is an affiliate of California-based Concert Golf Partners, which hopes to convert its debt into ownership of the Fishers club.
A Marion Superior Court judge on Tuesday entered a judgment to foreclose on the downtown building after MT Acquisitions LLC failed to pay its nearly $60 million mortgage balance.
The Fishers-based company lost the Comfort Suites City Centre near Lucas Oil Stadium in a bankruptcy reorganization filed by one of its affiliates, which owed a creditor about $12 million.
Fifth Third Bank claims that the company operated by Charles Garcia, a former Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce chairman, owes it about $2.3 million for loans on Garcia Construction’s building at 6002 N. Michigan Road, and on personal property.