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Blog Image: Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

Originally, some housing industry analysts were concerned that the mortgage forbearance program (which allows families to delay payments to a later date) could lead to an increase in foreclosures when forbearances end. Some even worried that we might relive the 2006-2008 housing crash all over again. Once you examine the data, however, that seems unlikely. As reported by Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist for First American: “Despite the federal foreclosure moratorium, there were fears that up to 30% of homeowners would require forbearance, ultimately le...

August 28th, 2020 | Distressed Properties, Foreclosures, Housing Market Updates, Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

Blog Image: Why Foreclosures Won’t Crush the Housing Market Next Year

Why Foreclosures Won’t Crush the Housing Market Next Year

With the strength of the current housing market growing every day and more Americans returning to work, a faster-than-expected recovery in the housing sector is already well underway. Regardless, many are still asking the question: will we see a wave of foreclosures as a result of the current crisis? Thankfully, research shows the number of foreclosures is expected to be much lower than what this country experienced during the last recession. Here’s why. According to Black Knight Inc., the number of those in active forbearance has been leve...

August 24th, 2020 | Distressed Properties, Foreclosures, Housing Market Updates, Why Foreclosures Won’t Crush the Housing Market Next Year

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Two Reasons We Won’t See a Rush of Foreclosures This Fall

The health crisis we face as a country has led businesses all over the nation to reduce or discontinue their services altogether. This pause in the economy has greatly impacted the workforce and as a result, many people have been laid off or furloughed. Naturally, that would lead many to believe we might see a rush of foreclosures like we saw in 2008. The market today, however, is very different from 2008. The concern of more foreclosures based on those that are out of work is one that we need to understand fully. There are two reasons we won’t see a rush of foreclosures this fal...

August 3rd, 2020 | Foreclosures, Housing Market Updates, Two Reasons We Won’t See a Rush of Foreclosures This Fall