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Will Foreclosures Slow Home Price Gains? By The Associated Press June 13, 2013 Completed foreclosures jumped 11% nationally in May from April, with monthly increases taking place in 33 states, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac said Thursday. The Foreclosure Problem Just Got Worse In Nevada And Florida By Mamta Badkar, Business Insider June 13, 2013 Declining foreclosure inventory has been one of the driving forces behind the rise in U.S. home prices which began in 2012. Overall Foreclosure Activity Up in Nevada By Steve Kanigher, KLAS-TV June 13, 2013 Nevada in May witnessed an increase in foreclosure activity on a year-over-year basis after 27 consecutive months of annual decreases, driven mostly by a sharp hike in new notices of default, reported Wednesday night. Banks Repossessing More Homes as Home Prices Rise By Julie Schmit, USA TODAY June 13, 2013 Banks repossessed 11% more homes in May than in April, potentially a sign that they, too, want to unload homes in a strong market. Foreclosures Jump as Banks Bet on Rising U.S. Home Prices By Dan Levy & Heather Perlberg, Bloomberg June 13, 2013 Home repossessions in the U.S. jumped 11 percent in May after declining for the previous five months as rising prices and limited inventory for sale across the country spurred banks to complete foreclosures. 5 Best Cities for Flipping Homes Right Now By Jerry Kronenberg, June 11, 2013 The rebounding U.S. real estate market is leading to a renaissance in "home flipping" -- the investment strategy in which you buy distressed houses, make minor upgrades and resell the properties a few months later for quick gains. James K. Moyle By Vivian Marino June 11, 2013 Mr. Moyle, 35, is the chief executive of RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosed residential properties and real estate data, based in Irvine, Calif. Corporate Buyers Boosting Prices in House-Sales Boom By Veronica Dagher, Wall Street Journal June 8, 2013 Double-digit home-price gains from San Francisco to Detroit to Miami have some aspiring home buyers racing back into the market. St. Louis is a Good Town for Buying Fixer-Uppers By Jim Gallagher, St. Louis Post-Dispatch June 6, 2013 St. Louis is the fourth-best place in the country for buying cheap old fixer-upper houses, according to RealtyTrac. Want to Buy a Fixer-Upper? Head to the Rust Belt By Shannon Mullen, June 6, 2013 The spring home buying season is well underway, and in some of the country's hottest housing markets, low inventory is sparking bidding wars and driving up prices. Print Email

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