Archive for the 'flopping' Category

A housing graveyard made up of 7,000,000 foreclosures: The longer term consequences of 7 million foreclosures that started with the 2006 peak in housing.


Survey finds housing market in mania: Two-thirds of potential buyers willing to use ‘aggressive’ buying tactics. Is the real estate market overheating and is the CPI missing it once again?


The allure of low mortgage rates – time to buy in Compton. Culver City and Arcadia continue mid-tier correction.


A case scenario in renting versus buying in Culver City – Rent a home for $2,800 or buy it for $600,000? 12 listed foreclosures while shadow inventory is up to 144.


The rise of the investor and affordable home buyer class – Southern California has hit a lost decade when it comes to nominal home prices. Median home price of Southern California back to 2002 levels. Record number of absentee investors purchasing homes.


Short sales and the process of flopping – Short sale fraud will cost lenders $375 million this year. Short sale fraud and asymmetrical information keeps deals away from public.


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