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Properties Entering The Foreclosure Process Spiked 200% In New York By Mamta Badkar, Business Insider April 11, 2013 New York City's comeback has been one of the hottest housing stories. Foreclosures in New Jersey Still Up By Tom De Poto, The Star-Ledger April 11, 2013 Foreclosures continue to climb in New Jersey from last year, but at a slower pace than other states that saw an increase, according to data from RealtyTrac. Growing Shadow Inventory of Palm Beach Foreclosed Homes By Kimberly Miller, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer April 6, 2013 There’s blight at the corner of Happiness Street and Rainbow Avenue in suburban West Palm Beach. Investors Widen U.S. Rental Search as Home Costs Rise By John Gittelsohn & Heather Perlberg, Bloomberg April 4, 2013 In Memphis, a three-bedroom home generates a 10.4 percent annual return on investment compared with 8.8 percent in Phoenix, 9.7 percent in Atlanta and 9.9 percent in Las Vegas, according to the RealtyTrac report. 20 Best Cities to Buy Single-Family Rentals By AOL Real Estate Editors April 4, 2013 According to online foreclosure marketplace RealtyTrac, there are still plenty of cities out there that offer ample opportunity for everyday buyers to purchase single-family homes and rent them out at a decent profit. RealtyTrac: Top Markets for Single-Family Rentals By Krista Franks Brock, April 4, 2013 Topping the list of top 20 markets were Memphis, Tennessee; Saginaw, Michigan; Toledo, Ohio; Ocala, Florida; and Las Vegas, Nevada. Bang for the Buck: Where Investing in Rental Homes Is Most Profitable By Robbie Whelan, Wall Street Journal April 4, 2013 Where can you make the most money as a rental-housing landlord? Not California, according to a study released today by foreclosure-tracking firm RealtyTrac. 20 Cities Where it Pays to Buy a Rental By Marilyn Lewis , MSN Money April 4, 2013 Deep-pocket financiers and investors have swarmed the U.S. real estate market, scooping up cheap foreclosures and recession bargains to rent them out. You'd think there's nothing left for the little guy. 1.5 Million Properties Taken by Banks - Up Nine Percent on 2012 By Katie Davies, Daily Mail March 31, 2013 The number of foreclosed or bank-seized homes has risen by nine per cent already this year - with 1.5 million properties currently being lost by homeowners who can no longer afford them. Foreclosures Up 9% Over Last Year By Teresa Mears, MSN Real Estate March 28, 2013 Foreclosures have risen 9% since this time last year, a sign that lenders are moving to complete the process on homes that were stuck in the pipeline during the robo-signing scandal. Print Email

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