Americans Consider Housing Policy in 2012 Election

As Americans consider the best candidates for the 2012 presidential and congressional elections, housing is at the forefront of the debate for many. About 70 percent of Americans say a candidate’s position on housing could sway their vote, according to a survey released Tuesday by Move, Inc. However, Americans differ in their views of what …

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Housing Markets Becoming Less Saturated with REOs

Housing Markets Becoming Less Saturated with REOs The nation’s REO stock fell 0.6 percent in May to 524,000 properties, according to analysis released by Barclays Capital. In addition, the research firm estimates that housing’s shadow inventory – which Barclays defines as the supply of homes that are 90 or more days delinquent or in the …

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