10% Of All Renters Want To Buy, But Can They?

Ten percent of U.S. renters say they want to buy a home in the next year, according to a new survey of renters in the 20 largest housing markets by Zillow. That means if all the renters buy a home in the next year that would amount to about 4.2 million first-time home buyer sales

Foreclosure Crisis Slowly Coming To An End

The foreclosure crisis is ebbing away – but only in some parts of the country. Whilst most of the rest of the nation is slowly getting back on its feet, there are still five states that account for almost fifty percent of all completed foreclosures in the country.

Fewer Distressed Properties Sold in California

Distressed properties in Los Angeles County accounted for 51% of homes sold during March, down from a total of 56% in February, according to the California Association of Realtors yesterday.

13% of US Homes Are vacant: Are The Figures Misleading?

With so many foreclosure houses sitting around empty these days, housing markets across the country are faltering as property values and sales prices continue to drop. But are the 13% of US homes now vacant misleading us into a false sense of insecurity?

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