Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Chase Reports on Distressed Properties

Sales-to-List Price Ratio Increases for Distressed Properties

The sales-to-list price ratio for distressed properties increased significantly in September, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance HousingPulse Tracking Survey. Move-in-ready REO maintained the highest sales-to-list price ratio, increasing to 97.2% in September, based on the three-month moving average. That was up from 96.5% in August and 95.3% in April. Other distressed property types have shown similar increases during that time. The highest sales-to-list price ratios are seen in Arizona, California and Nevada, where the ratios were 98.9% in September, based on the three-month moving average.

Strong Demand, Low Supply for Damaged REO Properties

The number of offers for damaged REO properties has surged in 2012, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance HousingPulse Tracking Survey. In September, damaged REOs received an average of 4.4 offers, based on the three-month moving average, up from 4.0 in August and 3.0 at the beginning of the year. Demand for damaged REOs is being driven by investors, though they have become frustrated because the supply of these properties has been limited. At the end of 2011, damaged REOs accounted for 13.7% of buy-side transactions, based on the three-month moving average. In September, the share fell to 10.7%.

Mark Slade
Keller Williams
Good Homes

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