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Housing Climate Change Roils Arizona Market By Joel Cone, Staff Writer March 29, 2013 After three years with the third highest state foreclosure total in the nation, the Grand Canyon State cooled off substantially in 2012, coming in with the eighth highest state foreclosure total for the year. Is Real Estate Wealth Returning By Peter Miller, Contributor March 27, 2013 American homeowners are getting rich. Again! March Madness Emerges From Depths of Foreclosure Obscurity By Joel Cone, Staff Writer March 27, 2013 Where did they come from, this high energy group of college athletes that is stealing the show in NCAA March Madness? This Cinderella team from a school most people will admit they’ve never heard of. Back to the Foreclosures in Las Vegas By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President March 25, 2013 The cab driver looked a bit eccentric, reminiscent of Doc Brown from the Back to the Future trilogy, but I stepped into the back anyway, comforted by the thought that it was not a silver De Lorean. Slideshow: Of Foreclosure Starts, Short Sales and Zombie Foreclosures By Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President March 22, 2013 I had the privilege of speaking at the Short Sale Con in Las Vegas recently and was given a full hour to talk about trends in foreclosures and short sales. $194M Multi-State Portfolio Faces Foreclosure By Joel Cone, Staff Writer March 22, 2013 Six years after agreeing to lend $193,864,853.00 on 20 multi-family apartment complexes throughout the South, lender Column Financial, Inc., has initiated foreclosure proceedings against the portfolio. Foreclosures & Short Sales: It's Still A Buyer's Market By Peter G. Miller, Contributor March 21, 2013 We have a marketplace which is in transition, where home prices are generally rising and where foreclosures and short sales remain available at discount prices, not possible with limited inventory. Is It Time To Replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? By Peter Miller, Contributor March 14, 2013 An old idea with new make-up is floating around Washington, an effort to once again shut down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and shift mortgage dollars into private pockets, this time under the guise of bi-partisanship. U.S. Bank Repossessions Drop to 65-Month Low in February as Foreclosure Starts Rebound 10 Percent From January By RealtyTrac Staff March 12, 2013 Foreclosure filings were reported on 154,281 U.S. properties in February, an increase of 2 percent from the previous month but still down 25 percent from February 2012. Striking Foreclosure Gold in the Gateway City By Octavio Nuiry, Senior Staff Writer March 7, 2013 In the February issue of the Foreclosure News Report, we take our readers on a tour of the Gateway City. Print Email

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