In 2010-2011, the average prices for non-distressed sales
declined 78% to $10,078, while average distressed sale
prices declined 10% to $6,621.
SOME property experts are predicting that this may be the year of the distressed sale
According to the trade magazine Drapers, accountants KPMG are marketing the 180-store chain with headquarters in Cramlington, Northumberland, as a distressed sale
The Federal Communications Commission adopts tax certificate and distressed sale
policies that result in increases in the number of minority-owned broadcast properties.
In general, a non-distressed sale
was sold by an individual and a distressed sale
was sold by a financial institution or intermediary.
15%) and the distressed sale
of another asset representing $13.
In the Case-Shiller index, distressed sales
are pooled with non-distressed and each is paired with a prior sale that also could be a distressed sale
One of every four Florida sales was distressed in 2014; national distressed sale
share just 12.
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7 percent increase in June over May when including distressed sales
On a month-over-month basis, excluding distressed sales
, CoreLogic reported that home prices increased by 0.
As distressed sales
continue to decline, the share of sales is tilting toward more expensive homes, boosting the nationwide median sales price," said Daren Blomquist, vice president of RealtyTrac.