Posts Tagged ‘rebound’

Foreclosures Weighing on Prices May Push Rebound to 2013 – San Francisco Chronicle

msnbc.com Foreclosures Weighing on Prices May Push Rebound to 2013San Francisco ChronicleThe Zinths are wading back into a US housing market where prices may fall further under the weight of foreclosures and not rebound until 2013, even as the economy builds momentum and mortgage rates fall to record lows, according to a survey of 109 [...]

Foreclosures may push housing rebound to 2013 – Salt Lake Tribune

Foreclosures may push housing rebound to 2013Salt Lake TribuneThe Zinths are wading back into a housing market where prices may fall further under the weight of foreclosures and not rebound until 2013, even as the economy builds momentum and mortgage rates remain at record lows, according to a survey of 109 … View full post [...]

Foreclosures Weighing on Prices May Push Rebound to 2013 – BusinessWeek

Bloomberg Foreclosures Weighing on Prices May Push Rebound to 2013BusinessWeekThe Zinths are wading back into a US housing market where prices may fall further under the weight of foreclosures and not rebound until 2013, even as the economy builds momentum and mortgage rates fall to record lows, according to a survey of 109 …Foreclosures Weighing [...]

Millions of homes lurk on bank inventories, casting doubts of rebound – MiamiHerald.com

Millions of homes lurk on bank inventories, casting doubts of reboundMiamiHerald.comEven as prices in Miami have shown signs of stability this year, an impending wave of foreclosures threatens to keep real estate values deflated. "A lot of people don't understand how much inventory is set to come on line in the next 18 to 24 [...]

Data shows foreclosures declining, though skepticism remains on housing rebound – Appleton Post Crescent

Data shows foreclosures declining, though skepticism remains on housing reboundAppleton Post CrescentWeeds are abundant at a home on Appleton's N. Superior Street that is in foreclosure. The number of homes being foreclosed on in Wisconsin is down from a year ago, according to a University of Wisconsin-Extension study. / Dan Powers/The Post-Crescent …and more » View [...]