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Items Tagged with 'distressed properties'


Top 5 states with the most and least foreclosures

Plus: States with the biggest and smallest distressed inventories
April 3, 2014
There were 43,000 completed foreclosures in the United States in February 2014, down from 51,000 in February 2013, a year-over-year decrease of 15%.
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Did you really think investors could keep away from THIS market?

The share of investor all-cash home purchases hit 74.5% in February
March 24, 2014
All-cash investors are coming back into the home market at a rate not seen since last spring. The activity is hammering FHA market share.
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The best and worst housing markets in America right now

Pro Teck evaluates foreclosure sales impact
February 4, 2014
Where are foreclosure doing the least amount of damage to local housing markets? Plus, a top ten list of the best and the worst.
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Hercules causing t-t-trouble for p-p-p-property managers

Winter storm wrath could turn institutionally owned properties into frozen assets
January 3, 2014
Institutionally owned properties — most of them distressed and vacant — are especially vulnerable to the wrath of winter storm Hercules.
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TIG Securitized Asset Fund leans into nonagency, distressed RMBS

Firm sees upside to bonds tied to pre-2007 mortgages
October 23, 2013
Right now, 60% to 70% of the TIG Securitized Asset Fund is focused on nonagency RMBS, while 15% to 25% is linked to CMBS. The rest of the fund is comprised of asset-backed securities, one of the firm’s founders David Liu told HousingWire.
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Investors pull out of rental market

October 3, 2013
Big investors are pulling out of the single-family rental market as home price gains begin to stall and distressed inventory levels subside.
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Higher rates push California pending home sales lower

September 23, 2013
Rising mortgage rates put a dent in California's pending August home sales, while distressed home sales fell to levels not experienced in almost six years.
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California home sales drop in August

September 18, 2013
Single-family and condominium sales fell 1.8% in California from July to August, as the state felt the impact of declining sales volumes and prices.
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Upward Trajectory

Home prices continue their upward trajectory

August 6, 2013
CoreLogic: Values rise at fastest pace since 1977.
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