august 2011 short sale Fraud to Jump by 25 Percent: CoreLogic. CoreLogic forecasts that losses attributable to short sale fraud, which are now estimated at $375 million annually, to rise by 25 percent in 2011, according to a June 27 National Mortgage News story.
Additionally, in cases where a trustee sale has been postponed one or more times the foreclosure can sneak right up on you because there is no further requirement to post another legal notice. Only the first sale date requires posting of the legal notice. And, to make matters worse, lenders are not bound by verbal agreements to postpone.
Completed short sales have more than tripled since 2008, and 400,000 of these deals are projected to close this year, according to mortgage research firm corelogic. The giant mortgage financier Fannie.
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Short Sales Cost Lenders $310m More Than Necessary, CoreLogic Study Finds REO sales hit their highest point in January of 2009, but short sales are just now reaching their peak, said Matt Heidenreiter, senior director of outsourcing solutions at CoreLogic.
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Many find solutions to their difficult situations by short-selling their homes or simply walking away, an option the Obama administration’s Making Home Affordable program makes slightly easier by.
During the past year alone, Sydney’s median house and apartment prices have dived by 10.9 per cent, CoreLogic data showed. even though the median house price of $880,594 is still more than 10 times.
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Home flipping, buying a property with the intent to sell it in a short period of time at a profit, is more popular than almost ever, but a study by CoreLogic finds it has morphed. for 10.6 percent.
The CoreLogic Study reportedly examines over 450,000 short sale transactions for single family residences (apparently excluding condos and coops, which in my clients’ experiences have a much lower level of resales and would skew the data downward) occurring over the last three years and categorizes them into "suspicious" and "not suspicious."