Foreclosure Activity in California and the Nation Slow

DSNews’ article on foreclosure activity pointed out some quality information about distressed properties; here’s a few of the main points: Foreclosure activity in both California and the nation has slowed considerably, according to RealtyTrac in an article by DSNews.com. Foreclosure starts have especially slowed, hitting a 79-month low. Foreclosure filings cover default notices, scheduled auctions, …

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A Tricky Transition from Housing Stability to Strength in 2013

Read this informative article from RealtyTrac’s Daren Blomquist on DSNews.com’s website: “Some level of certainty and stability returned to the U.S. housing market in 2012, providing a solid foundation for the market to build on in 2013. But there are still significant risks that threaten this hard-won stability and could trip up some local markets …

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International buyers in U.S. real estate markets

10 U.S. real estate markets drawing international buyers Inman News report features data trends, analysis, commentary on popular areas By Inman News Affluent international buyers, attracted by fire-sale prices, are snapping up real estate in some U.S. markets. In a report released today, Inman News identifies 10 markets where public records indicate foreign buyers make …

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After a jump in August, foreclosures begin again

New foreclosure actions in states along the country‚Äôs West Coast returned to levels in line with prior months during September, according to ForeclosureRadar, a California-based company that tracks every foreclosure in its five-state coverage area. The leveling off in September follows a strong surge in foreclosure starts during the month of August in the western …

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