Housing Market May Be In Upswing

November 2009
Assisted Housing Alert;Nov2009, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p88
The article reports on the potential of the housing market to be in an increasing trend amid fall of foreclosure rates in the U.S. Economist Stan Humphries with real estate Zillow.com notes that the ranks of people who are submerged to their mortgages may be tapering because many people have lost their homes. It is noted that the foreclosure ramps up due to the presence of 1.5 million delinquent mortgages.


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