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Why Wall Street's Buy-To-Rent Plans Are Good For Real Estate By Peter Miller, Contributor September 6, 2013 Big funds on Wall Street have recently been buying lots and lots of real estate, apparently taking the advice of Warren Buffett. How Real Estate Agents Can Create New Inventory By Octavio Nuiry, Senior Staff Writer September 6, 2013 Editor’s Note: In the August 2013 issue of the Foreclosure News Report, in a story titled “Creating Inventory with Unlisted Foreclosures”, we looked at how real estate agents nationwide are finding new and creative ways to get listings. Resurfacing Home Equity: County Heat Map By RealtyTrac Staff September 5, 2013 See the percentage of homes where equity is poised to resurface before 2015 in your county using the heat map below. Equity-Rich Homes: County Heat Map By RealtyTrac Staff September 5, 2013 See the percentage of equity rich homeowners in your county using the heat map below. Seriously Underwater Homeowners: County Heat Map By RealtyTrac Staff September 5, 2013 See the percentage of seriously underwater homeowners in your county using the heat map below. Foreclosures with Equity: County Heat Map By RealtyTrac Staff September 5, 2013 See the percentage of foreclosures with equity in your county using the heat map below. Tech Tip: Meet Real Estate Techy John Murray By Octavio Nuiry, Senior Staff Writer August 29, 2013 Banks nationwide — and the U.S. federal government — are sitting on hundreds of thousands of unlisted distressed properties at a time when housing inventory is at an all-time low. The Cautious Approach to Buying Foreclosures By Paul Cones, Guest Writer August 29, 2013 Many homebuyers are discovering the financial benefits of purchasing distressed properties. To avoid committing to a project that you can't afford, keep these things in mind during the search process. How to Navigate the VA Loan Preapproval Process By Jessi Hall, Guest Writer August 29, 2013 A key benefit of military service, Veterans Affaris (VA) home loans offer no-down-payment financing, no private mortgage insurance (PMI), and flexible credit criteria. Why Old School Mortgages Have Come Back By Peter Miller, Contributor August 27, 2013 After three years of debate and acrimony, the new mortgage standards which were supposed to be part of Wall Street reform are finally coming into place. The result is that mortgage shopping is about to be a new — and duller — experience. Print Email

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