Banks & Lenders Are Taking Less Than What's Owed At Trustee Sales After Foreclosure

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Real Estate Agent with Evergreen Realty HomeSmart

It's interesting that in Orange County, California, during April, 2008, buyers took foreclosure homes off the bank and lender hands at trustee sales for 21.5% less than the amount owed.

One year ago during April, 2007, the banks and lenders weren't so interested in discounting at trustee sales.

Perhaps the banks are getting smart.

It was reported that 84 percent of properties sold at the OC, California, at trustee's sales during April, 2008, were offered at a discount.

Posted by Harrison K. Long,
Explore Properties Group, May 14, 2008
Source: Orange County Register, May 14, 2008

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