Wednesday, December 8, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- RealtyTrac says the U.S. is still on pace to see more than 3 million households receive some sort of foreclosure notice this year. That would set yet another record from last year's all-time high of 2.8 million.
Spokesman Rick Sharga says unemployment remains stubbornly high and there's likely to be one new foreclosure action for every 6 to 10 jobs that are lost.
That said, realtor Carol Greco of Long & Foster Realtors in the greater Washington area, says there are some tremendous opportunities out there for prospective home buyers.
She also foresees little movement in home values in either direction.
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