Remember Florida’s foreclosure crisis? Residents do as they head to the polls

The country once again finds itself closely watching Florida as residents head to the polls in a state that could decide the election. Less than a decade ago, however, the country instead was watching the state fall apart due to a heaping amount of homes going into foreclosure. So how is this impacting voters?

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CoreLogic: Completed foreclosures reverse trend, increase

Foreclosures increased slightly from last month, but continue to decrease annually. And while the number of homes lost to foreclosure is up, there are no new homes moving into foreclosure to take their place. Foreclosure inventory continues to decrease both monthly and yearly.

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Just Sold a Property Located in Golf Rd, Orange, CT. Contact Avi Ron to Sell/Buy/Contract your Property, Call: 800-404-7184.


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Realtor.com’s traffic is growing but still dwarfed by Zillow

When News Corp acquired Move Inc., which operates Realtor.com for the National Association of Realtors, in November 2014, the worldwide conglomerate pledged to “turbocharge” Realtor.com. The impact of the News Corp acquisition is still being felt by Realtor.com, which continues to see growth in its web traffic, but the company still has a long way to go to catch the websites of the Zillow Group.

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Altisource Residential struggles with shift to single-family rentals

Just a few months ago, Altisource Residential celebrated the fact that it was about to double the size of its portfolio of single-family rental homes, a move that marked a significant step in the company’s transition from a buyer of non-performing loans to an operator of rental homes. But the company’s move to single-family rentals isn’t without its stumbling blocks along the way, as the company announced Monday that it posted a net loss of $57.6 million, or $1.06 per diluted share, in the third quarter.

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Fannie Mae: Americans feeling more and more nervous about the economy

Consumers are growing more concerned about the economy as their uncertainty grows. A recent Fannie Mae survey reflecting consumers’ current views and forward-looking expectations of housing market conditions shows Americans are becoming more unsteady about the nation’s economic health.

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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: How did alleged serial killer get his real estate license?

The story is still developing on alleged serial killer Todd Kohlhepp, 45 and a registered sex offender living in South Carolina. But there is one key fact about Kohlhepp that is leaving those following the story shocked: How did Todd Kohlhepp get a real estate license? Here’s a brief recap on the developing story.

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