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Unloading Inventory

While the management of liquidation processes may vary, the end goal is the same—effectuate liquidation strategies and expedite third-party property sales to minimize neighborhood blight and reduce the operation and holding risks associated with distressed property management. Editor's note: This story was originally featured in the December issue of DS News, out now.

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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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Distressed Sales Share Continues Year-Over-Year Decline, Falls to 12.1 Percent

March's distressed sales share was the lowest percentage for any March since 2007. According to CoreLogic, distressed sales usually experience a month-over-month decline in March due to seasonality; this past March, the distressed sales share fell by 1.9 percentage points from February. According to CoreLogic, 8.4 of home sales were REO (real estate-owned) transactions in March 2015, while 3.7 percent were short sales, totaling 12.1 percent.

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Distressed Sales Do Not Slow Home Price Appreciation

Home prices excluding distressed sales, which are normally discounted at 20 percent or more, actually appreciated at a lower rate month-over-month in April (2.3 percent) than home prices including distressed sales appreciated (2.7 percent).

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