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Distressed Properties for Sale Expected to Be High for June Stats



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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
Most housing market analysts in the U.S. are expecting industry statistics for the month of June to show what everyone believes is the prevailing mood in the market the absence of buying activities. According to analysts, the statistics that will be released by the Commerce Department will show how little demand there is for any type of real estate, including distressed properties for sale and new residences.

The same is expected in most major housing markets in the country. Some local realtors share the sentiment, asserting that foreclosed homes for sale in Corpus Christi, TX did not sell well during June, like in any other part of the country. Most analysts are expecting the Commerce Department to report a decline of at least 10% in housing starts as a result of the tax credit deadline.

However, a handful of market analysts believe that the predicted decline has been overestimated. The optimists are of the opinion that the decline in the sale of Texas foreclosed homes, as well as sales of other residential properties in other parts of the country, is not as high as projected by some analysts.

Those who believe that June numbers will reflect a housing market still far from a recovery have stated that there had been very few demands for residential properties during the month. Not even distressed properties for sale, which are offered at very low prices, made any headway towards a sale surge.

A number of housing experts have predicted that most properties in foreclosed houses listings will remain unsold. They also expect new housing construction to remain flat for the rest of the year. Those who believe that analysts overshot the estimated decline just do not agree with the figures, but they do admit that June numbers will show a weak residential property market.

The general agreement that there is a prevailing weakness in the housing market is also supported by the low prices of dwellings. Market observers agree that people should expect home prices to continue to decline as all areas suffer from lack of sales.

Although selling and buying activities involving distressed properties for sale, foreclosed dwellings, new residences and practically all types of housing are expected to be lackluster, analysts believe that general economic figures will not be affected much by the housing market performance.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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