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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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Breaking Down Stereotypes

Not all investors are in it for the quick profit or fast foreclosure. Some want to help, too. Editor's note: this print feature originally appeared in the March issue of DS News.

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Foreclosures and the Year Ahead

In some areas of the country, foreclosures are at a standstill. Daren Blomquist, SVP of ATTOM Data Solutions looks into these stagnant foreclosures and what is next for the distressed housing market.

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Not all Materials are Created Equal

According to a white paper released on Monday, when it comes to fighting community blight clearboarding pulls ahead of plywood in terms of preserving property values and lowering crime.

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Why is Miami Ranked Among Weakest Markets?

Seeing Miami, commonly perceived as flourishing, in the bottom tier of home value rankings may surprise market watchers. What factors contributed to Miami's placement on Pro Teck's "Top 10 Weakest Markets" in August, and what other cities gained this dubious honor?

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