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Reports of foreclosure disputes are sending buyers scurrying from short sales and transactions involving REO properties, on top of cancellations and delays stemming from servicing issues. Along with a reduction in the market share of foreclosure sales, fall-off in demand among investors and buyers.
What’s more, buyers of distressed properties have become gun shy due to the foreclosure processing problems, according to a Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance survey of real estate agents. The poll found 14 percent of owner-occupant homebuyers and 6 percent of investors refused to view foreclosed properties in October.
First-time home buyers are retreating from the housing market, accounting for only 39% of home purchases in July, down from 48% in March, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance.
The ongoing controversy surrounding foreclosures is taking its toll on the housing market as a significant share of home shoppers refused to even look at distressed properties in October, according to.
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In general, mortgage insurers, which pay lenders when homeowners default and foreclosures fail to recoup costs, have lost money over the past three years. MGIC, insured 97% LTV loans for first-time.
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The ongoing controversy surrounding foreclosures is taking its toll as homebuyers refused to look at distressed properties in October, and foreclosure sales suffered from delays, according to the.
· First-time home buyers are retreating from the housing market, accounting for only 39% of home purchases in July, down from 48% in March, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance.
Current homeowners accounted for 54 percent of October’s non-distressed market, up from 50 percent in June, according to a new survey by Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance. This as the share of non-distressed sales surged to 64.7 percent, up from 55.7 percent as recently as February.
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