On March 11 the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is hosting a one-day seminar to explore the challenge of stalled and vacant foreclosures. We'll define the problem, discuss promising approaches to it, and dissect examples of successfully dealing with stalled and vacant foreclosures in order to replicate these practices elsewhere. Woodstock vice president Spencer Cowan will be presenting.
The agenda, featuring national and regional experts on four panels, will examine the issue from distinct perspectives:
- Challenges facing servicers
- Local responses
- The role of federal oversight and compliance
- Judicial practices that are helping
Who should attend? Getting Back in Gear: Better Ways to Move Stalled and Vacant Foreclosures Forward is aimed at municipal leaders, lenders and servicers, community development practitioners, foreclosure attorneys, foreclosure judges, regulators, housing researchers, and real estate professionals.
There is no cost to attend, but you must pre-register.