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Foreclosure Houses for Sale Popular Among Current Buyers - 0 views

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    Foreclosure houses for sale are popular among the current crop of homebuyers, realtors reported. However, most of them are looking for a well-maintained house.
James Foxx

Luxury Homes Got the Better of Repo Homes for Auction in Denver - 0 views

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    Repo homes for auction were not the only residential properties that got the interest of buyers in January. In Denver, luxury home sales were up by almost 50%.
James Foxx

Demand for Government Repossessed Homes Counseling Remains High - 0 views

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    Government repossessed homes and bank foreclosure numbers have remained low in some Illinois areas. However, homeowners are still seeking counseling services.
James Foxx

Sales of Repossessed Condos and Houses Declined in Virginia - 0 views

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    Repossessed condos and residential property sales declined in Virginia last year. The number of houses sold dropped by almost 10% in 2010 from year-ago levels.
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Chase Opens Center to Aid Borrowers Avoid Home Repossessions - 0 views

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    To avoid home repossessions, JP Morgan Chase plans to open several centers to provide aid to troubled borrowers. To date, there are already 51 similar centers.
James Foxx

Foreclosed and Repossessed Houses Set to Increase in the Next Two Years - 0 views

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    Repossessed houses and foreclosures are set to rise further in the coming two years. According to analysts, the country's shadow inventory increased last year.
James Foxx

Foreclosure Auctions and Tax Deed Sales Investigated by Authorities - 0 views

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    The process of auctioning foreclosed properties and tax deed sales in California is reportedly being investigated by the FBI. Allegations of bid rigging reportedly prompted the investigation.
James Foxx

Foreclosed and Repossessed Home Properties Led to Job Losses - 0 views

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    Economists stated that the decline of the Arizona middle class started when supplies of repossessed home properties started rising in 2006. They claimed that it precipitated the economic decline.
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