Distressed Foreclosure Sales Drop as Short Sales Increases

With distressed borrowers increasingly turning to short sales as an alternative to foreclosure, the proportion of damaged foreclosure properties, otherwise known as REO, sold during April plunged, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance Monthly Survey of Real Estate Market Conditions.

The survey found that short sales represented the largest portion of the distressed property housing market in April, accounting for 17.9 percent of all transactions. And as short sales surged, the portion of damaged REO transactions fell to 12.8 percent in April from 15.4 percent in March.

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