The Ever-Changing Foreclosure Market

Since the financial bubble burst foreclosed properties have become a very real part of the housing market. At one time their numbers were so few that they weren’t even considered applicable as a comparable listing or sale on an appraisal, however even that has changed. So what other changes have recently taken place in the ever-changing foreclosure market?

Commercial Real Estate in Today’s Economy

With today’s upside down real estate market where many homeowners are being forced to foreclose on their homes, questions are being asked if commercial real estate has been affected the same way and if businesses will be forced to close their doors due to poor market conditions.

Government Plans To Rent Out Foreclosed Homes

The government is investigating new plans to try and limit the number of foreclosures going onto the market in an effort to prevent unsold foreclosed homes damaging values even more – by simply renting them all out instead. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Obama administration is currently examining the viability of pulling foreclosed

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