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Auction.com improves foreclosure outcomes for lenders and servicers

Marketing efforts put properties in front of millions of buyers across the globe
Auction.com takes a multi-channel approach to marketing foreclosure properties, which means sellers get a broad, global pool of potential buyers. The Auction.com website boasts more than 4 million active users and more than 300,000 unique visitors each week.
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Affordability constraints hold back pending home sales

Investor activity at lowest point since 2009
Pending home sales barely moved in June as current market conditions such as low inventory and high home prices prevented more growth. Until inventory conditions markedly improve, prospective buyers are likely to run into situations of being priced out of the market or outbid on the very few properties for sale.
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AssetAvenue offers new loan for rental investors

Considers income possibility over debt-to-income ratio
Although FirstKey Holdings is reportedly ending its lending program for smaller investors due to high costs, AssetAvenue decided to take a turn at it. The company just announced its new program designed for lenders, which will look at the property’s rent income, rather than the investor’s personal income.
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Real estate stocks get S&P shortlist for investors

REITs say so long to lumpy financial classification
Real estate investment trusts are saying so long to being bundled with "financials" in their industry classification, getting their own new category called, no shocker here, "real estate." Investors demand is expected to surge. Ready. Set. Go.
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Mortgage REIT stocks on the rise?

Some, but not all, appreciation in the double digits
Although some areas fared better than others, overall REITs seem to be on the rise, with some making stock gains even in the double digits. But, as with all stocks, be careful on what you pick.
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American Millennials infuriated with the lacking housing market

Is there too much competition from foreign investors?
As the housing market recovers from its horrific crash from a few years ago, it is expected to pick up heading into the spring homebuying season. But it’s not looking good to Millennials as they can’t afford to buy a home. One of the reasons why it is said to be infuriating.
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