Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Foreclosures no longer driving force in metro Phoenix market

For the past five years, foreclosures have been one of the most important indicators to track metro Phoenix’s housing market. Not anymore.
Both foreclosures and foreclosure starts have fallen back to levels not seen in the region since 2007. In January, lenders took back 1,339 houses, according to the Information Market. During 2009-11, monthly foreclosures regularly topped 4,000 and often climbed above 5,000.
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