Housing market continues to rise from depths of foreclosure crisis

More than 7.75 million homes went through foreclosure in the 10 years ending with the close of 2016, but recent employment and economic trends in the United States show the potential to drive the future number of foreclosures to below the pre-housing crisis levels. A report by CoreLogic, a California company that provides financial and

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Foreclosure market in Bend not nearly what it used to be

 By Jason Boone Prospective homebuyers still often ask me about foreclosures. Certainly the question makes sense. In the wake of the housing bust, foreclosed properties dominated the real estate market, both in Bend and throughout the nation. For many bargain hunters, foreclosed homes became an obvious avenue to buy a home at below market rates.

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Fewer foreclosures point to stabilized market

By Jason Boone Not long ago it seemed there was a reward for those who chose to wait on the sidelines of the real estate market. The housing boom had gone bust, and downward pressure was created as more and more foreclosures hit the market. Thankfully, those scary days of the Great Recession are largely

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