Tag Archives: distressed properties

Shorewest Reports: US Banks Pay $8.5 Billion to End Foreclosure Reviews

The U.S. government currently mandates a case-by-case review of housing crisis foreclosures. Because of the large amounts of homes in foreclosure during the recession, it could take months or even years of waiting for courts to process the paperwork. On …
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Foreclosures Hit 5-year Low

Foreclosure activity hit a 5-year low in September 2012 according to RealtyTrac, a national resource on distressed properties, with only 180,427 filings for the month. Overall, the numbers were down 7% from August and 16% from September 2011. Last quarter …
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Categories: Real Estate News

How to Price Your Home in Today’s Market

In this quick video, Dan Ludwig, Assistant Vice President and Sales Director of the Lake Country Office, explains how short sales and foreclosures are affecting today’s market. If you have a nondistressed property for sale (not in foreclosure or short …
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Distressed properties affect neighboring home prices

Sales Director, Dan Ludwig, discusses the impact that distressed properties has on neighboring homes. click here to view the video.

Categories: Home Selling