Matthew Goldstein

Journalist (New York)
Reporter at the New York Times. Writes for Dealbook.

Links: @MattGoldstein26 | (Current as of: September 29, 2015)


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After Storm, Foreclosures in Puerto Rico Stopped. They’re Starting Again.

Matthew Goldstein
New York Times (NYT)
July 15, 2018
Island residents who fell behind on their payments are facing creditors ranging from Wall Street to the federal government. Over the last four months, nearly 300 new foreclosure actions were filed in federal court in San Juan and in local courts across the island.

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The Next Crisis for Puerto Rico: A Crush of Foreclosures

Matthew Goldstein
New York Times (NYT)
December 16, 2017
If the current numbers hold, Puerto Rico is headed for a foreclosure epidemic that could rival what happened in Detroit, where abandoned homes became almost as plentiful as occupied ones.

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Market for Fixer-Uppers Traps Low-Income Buyers

Matthew Goldstein, Alexandra Stevenson
New York Times (NYT)
February 20, 2016
Nationwide, more than three million people are estimated to have bought a home through a contract for deed. Now complaints are piling up in cities across the country.

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As Banks Retreat, Private Equity Rushes to Buy Troubled Home Mortgages

Matthew Goldstein
New York Times (NYT)
September 28, 2015
Private equity and hedge fund firms have bought more than 100,000 troubled mortgages at a discount from banks and federal housing agencies.



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