The Austin real estate market overall, is improving. The mid-term cycle will show improvement in sales volume and a shorter average marketing period. In so far as appreciation of values, that’s another matter.
Recently the market indicates, as seen in the graphs, that there is downward pressure on price coupled with […]Continue Reading →
Foreclosure rates drop in Texas.Continue Reading →
April 15, 2011
The filing deadline has passed for foreclosure postings to be filed at county courthouses throughout the State of Texas for the upcoming foreclosure auctions to be held on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011. Therefore, Foreclosure Listing Service, Inc. has completed our research of the May foreclosure postings.
In a meeting today, George […]Continue Reading →
Area foreclosure postings decrease
Metro Austin foreclosure postings are down 5 percent for the April auction compared with a year ago.
The total so far in 2011 remains 3 percent ahead of the same period of 2010, according to Foreclosure Listing Service Inc.
But George Roddy Sr. said that is the smallest increase he has […]Continue Reading →
By Mary Ellen Podmolik Print Article
RISMEDIA, March 19, 2011—(MCT)—Bill Schramm and Bethany Siwicki scoured property listings for three months before agreeing to see a home in Round Lake Beach, even though its online pictures didn’t look promising.
“It looked like a piñata blew up […]Continue Reading →
The Foreclosure Listing Service said that Travis county postings rose 3% while Austin’ were up 4%. Foreclosure posting activity in first quarter 2011 in Bexar County was 105 percent higher than it was eight years ago when FLS began tracking foreclosure activity there.
1st Quarter 2011 % Change from
1st Quarter 2010 […]
Government Looking for Investors to Buy Foreclosures
OK, sure they want to unload as many foreclosure properties as quickly as possible. There are some pitfalls to watch out for though.Continue Reading →