Best Markets to Sell Bank-Owned Homes

Jun 11, 2015 - 1 Min read
Daren Blomquist
Real Estate Expert

Because no one likes to look out for the big bad banks, we here at RealtyTrac thought we’d pass along some advice to them based on our analysis of bank-owned sales in the first quarter of 2015. That advice is that now is a good time to sell your distressed REO inventory if you want to sell quickly and for top price.

This is particularly true if you own bank-owned properties in San Diego, Charlotte, San Francisco, Bakersfield (what!?), or Portland. Check the info graphic below, which originally was created by RealtyTrac for Inman Select subscribers, for more details.

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