Sunday, FEB 5, 2012 > The Orange County Register
Jonathan Lansner quoted Steve Thomas of ReportsOnHousing.com regarding the inventory of distressed properties and it seems that distressed properties sell very quickly thus making available inventory in short supply.
Foreclosed homes in Orange County for 2011 totaled 7,219 which is 8.7 percent less than 2010.
Lansner further quoted Thomas when we wrote: “Overall, demand, the number of new pending sales over the prior month, is up 15 percent compared to 2011…That’s the market as a whole, though. For homes priced below $500,000, demand is up as astonishing 30 percent.”
For more information about his article, you may wish to contact Jonathan Lanser (949.777.6727 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Steve Thomas of ReportsOn Housing.com.
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