High Distress Markets Continue to Lead

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High-Distress Markets Continue to Lead Recovery

Rising home sales and declining foreclosures drove Q3 home prices to the highest three-month increase since the national housing recovery began, FNC Inc. reports. The company says national home prices have risen 11 percent since the beginning of the recovery, a timestamp that FNC considers to be the start of 2012. Continuing to lead the way are the markets that saw the highest levels of distress in 2008 and 2009. » Read More


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