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(English) Almost 14,000 Houses Sold Yesterday

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  1. Doug Holmes
    Doug Holmes Dice:

    Here’s the problem. While it is true that 60% of sales are not distressed, the problem is that 90% of active inventory are not distressed. Only about 10% of the active inventory is lender owned or short sales, yet about 35-40% of what they’re putting under contract is. This makes true months of inventory numbers for non-distressed properties worse than it appears, which is already over 12 months for the entire market.

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