Foreclosures are down despite moratoriums and pandemic woes
When eviction and foreclosure moratoriums expired in August, the expectation was that trouble was in store for millions of Americans who were in some stage of mortgage or rent delinquency. Motley Fool contributor Liz Brumer-Smith explains that while many were bracing for a flood of new foreclosures, the latest data show just the opposite: Foreclosures have fallen.
The takeaway: This is a positive sign for most homeowners, renters, and many investors, indicating the housing market’s strength. For investors looking for good deals on flips and rental properties, maybe not so much.
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