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A resort and spa that still owed $21 million to Texans Credit Union has new ownership.
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RealtyTrac says sales of foreclosed homes accounted for less real estate sales in the third quarter of 2011 from both the prior quarter and the year before.
Measure backed by bankers, credit unions and city of Milwaukee.
Technically speaking, foreclosures were down in 2011, but that doesn't mean the housing market got healthy.
RealtyTrac said initial default notices up 14% in second quarter vs. first.
Banks appear to have begun picking up the pace of foreclosures on residential real estate in August, reducing the time before the housing industry works through the overhang of troubled properties, according to RealtyTrac.
RealtyTrac seeing movement toward resolving overhang of troubled properties.
Tenth-straight monthly drop due to process hangups, loan modifications, RealtyTrac says.