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(English) Mortgage Settlement to Drive Increase in Foreclosures

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  1. Rick
    Rick Dice:

    Is the question of how much shadow inventory is being held dependent upon whether or not a state has a non-judicial foreclosure (trustees sale) option?    I live in Arizona where almost all homes are taken back by trustees sale.  Will there be an increase in foreclosures here also as a result of the settlemen?

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