15.06.2012 - Shrinking ‘shadow inventory’ eases threat to U.S. housing
The overhang of pending foreclosures that threatened to flood the U.S. housing market and depress prices is dissipating as banks sell off distressed properties and let borrowers sell homes for less than they owe. The so-called shadow inventory of homes that are seriously delinquent, in the foreclosure process or owned by banks and not listed for sale tumbled in April to the lowest level in more than three years, CoreLogic Inc. (CLGX) said..............................................Full Article: Source
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