Shadow Inventory of Homes to Take Nearly 3 Years to Clear: S&P

Shadow Inventory of Homes to Take Nearly 3 Years to Clear: S&P

Multifamily starts and vacancy rates indicate strong market The Multifamily Market Survey (MMS) is based on a quarterly survey of NAHB multifamily builders and property managers. The survey is designed to monitor conditions for multifamily production (starts) and multifamily rental occupancy in the current versus preceding quarter as well as in the next six months.

Fifty-three percent of recent home buyers were first-time buyers, compared to 50 percent nationwide. The typical first-time home buyer was 30 years old, while the typical repeat buyer was 42 years old, nationwide first-time buyers were typically 30 and repeat buyers were typically 49 years old.

The growing condo shadow inventory – CityCenter in Las Vegas and Lexington Park in Chicago. The shadow inventory that is crushing commercial real estate. posted by mybudget360 in bailout, commercial real estate, debt, mortgages, real estate; 3 Comment

REO Could Become A Serious Problem For HUD/GSEs.. the "shadow inventory"-residential loans at least 90 days. Seven or eight years ago the home sales headline was the entry of big.

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 · A record 1 million homes were lost to foreclosures last year and foreclosure tracker RealtyTrac Inc. expects 1.2 million more will be lost this year. Another problem for the housing market is the glut of unsold homes. In April, the supply rose to nearly 3.9 million. At last month’s sales pace, it would take more than 9 months to clear those.

5 consumers’ mortgage shopping experience indicates, though it also shows that price appreciation has not been consistent across all markets during this period. The reduction in the "shadow inventory" – homes in or subject to foreclosure – has contributed to this trend of rising home prices. While prices in many cities remain below

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 · Existing Home inventories have shrunk back down to 2004 levels from their peak in 2007. While the shadow inventory held by banks is still a concern, there are now nearly 10 bidders (mostly cash) for each foreclosure or short sale.

Existing Home inventories have shrunk back down to 2004 levels from their peak in 2007. While the shadow inventory held by banks is still a concern, there are now nearly 10 bidders (mostly cash) for each foreclosure or short sale.

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