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Distressed Sales at 9-Year Low

The distressed sales share for December 2016 and the full year distressed sales share were both the lowest distressed sales share for any month since 2007. Before the housing crisis, distressed sales averaged around 2 percent, and the share is expected to reach that point again by mid-2018.

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Distressed Sales Still Sliding

Distressed home sales fell in all but eight states across the country, according to a CoreLogic report.

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The Week Ahead: 4 in a Row for Existing-Home Sales?

Existing-home sales just completed an "outstanding" three-month run, according to National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. Can they add a fourth month to that streak? The industry will find out this week when NAR publishes the latest data.

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Low REO Inventory Reduces Market Share of Cash Sales

With fewer REO properties available for investors, declines in REO sales trigger a further decline in cash transactions. Not all states are experiencing the same level of decline though.

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National Home Prices Rise Higher in July

The CoreLogic Home Price Index reported an increase in home price for the national single family combined tier, which included distressed sales, over the prior month and year-over-year.

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Distressed Sales Drop Down in May

Distressed sales, including REO and short sales, decreased in May both month-over-month and year-over-year.

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