Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Editor's note: With experts predicting foreclosures to rise in the next year, many in the industry already have new strategies in place for how they'll manage this market change. This three-part series explores new technologies in play for lenders, investors and real estate agents who work with foreclosed properties. (See Part 1: Technology brings more competition to foreclosures and Part 2: Web sites streamline foreclosure.) Like other lenders, Bank of America has invested time and money into mortgage default management systems that work to prevent the bank from having to foreclose on homes. "We're very dedicated to putting customers into homes," said Bob Caruso, national servicing executive. "It doesn't do us much good to put someone in one and then take them right out ...