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Dallas foreclosures decreases

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The number of homes posted for foreclosure has fallen to fewer than 2,000 for March. North Texas home foreclosures are down more than 50% from a year ago, a dramatic turnaround in the number of distressed houses in the area. Fewer than 2,000 Dallas-Fort Worth homes are threatened with forced sale by lenders next month, says Addison-based Foreclosure Listing Service. 

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