Miami Real Estate: Should Lenders Speed up Foreclosures?

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By Jeff Collins
Efforts to keep defaulting homeowners from losing their homes have largely failed, leaving few options apart from letting foreclosures take their course, attendees at a national real estate writers conference were told.
Speaking at the National Association of Real Estate Editors’ annual conference, Shaun White, RE/MAX Real Estate’s VP of corporate communications, said the foreclosure process needs to pick up speed.
For example, White said, the typical foreclosure — from default notice to auction — took 400 days in the first quarter of this year, vs. 340 days in the first quarter of 2010 and 151 days in 2007.
Lenders are only about halfway through an estimated 7 million to 8 million expected foreclosures. The federal loan modification process — Home Affordable Modification Program — has resulted in 670,000 successful loan modifications, too few to “put a dent in the problem.” said White:

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