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RealtyTrac® is the leading online marketplace of foreclosure properties, collecting detailed property, loan and home sales data from more than 2,200 counties, covering more than 90 percent of U.S. households.  Reports include estimated property values, comparable sales, loan history, tax lien and bankruptcy records, trustee and lender information and property details.


Buying More Affordable than Renting in 58 Percent of U.S. Markets According to 2016 Rental Affordability AnalysisOpen in a New Window

RealtyTrac® today released its 2016 Rental Affordability Analysis, which shows that buying is still more affordable than renting in 58 percent of U.S. housing markets despite home price appreciation outpacing rent growth in 55 percent of markets.


Washington Ends Year With Extended Tax Benefits For HomeownersOpen in a New Window

Some of the most interesting mortgage news of the year takes place in late December when we find out how the political system works on Capitol Hill.


Are Zero Percent Interest Rates Ahead?Open in a New Window

There was a headline in Barron's recently which no doubt raised a few eyebrows. "Fed Setting Long-Range Goal of 0% Real Interest Rates," it said, a figure which is hard to ignore.


Third Quarter Foreclosure Activity Increases From Year Ago in 32 StatesOpen in a New Window

RealtyTrac® today released its Q3 and September 2015 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report™, which shows a total of 327,258 U.S. properties with foreclosure filings.


Is There A New Home Shortage?Open in a New Window

We’re not building enough new homes and that’s a big reason for the “persistent housing shortages and unhealthy price growth in many markets,” according to the National Association of Realtors.


Debt Shakes The World Economy -- And Mortgage RatesOpen in a New Window

The world’s financial markets — and thus the world — have watched with some horror as things have recently gone very wrong in Greece, Puerto Rico and China. One very real possibility that could emerge from these events is that U.S. mortgage interest


Returning Equity Boosts Real Estate MarketsOpen in a New Window

Real estate equity is coming back. If you own a home or invest the odds are that you're very much richer than you were just a few years ago. While we don't have a full recovery yet, there's evidence that the housing market has become more attractive

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