Compared with what’s happening across the country, foreclosure sales in Delaware make up a smaller share of total sales — even though those sales are being made at a sharper discount to overall sales, according to new research by RealtyTrac.
In Delaware, foreclosed homes accounted for 18.5 percent of first-quarter sales, compared with 27.5 nationally. At the same time, those homes sold, on average, for 36.2 percent less than the average overall price, the real estate research firm said Wednesday. Across the country, foreclosures sold at a 26.7 percent discount.
In states like Delaware where foreclosed homes are selling less quickly, experts worry that it will take longer to flush them from the system, further working against normalization.
At Gay Realty Watch, we look for news to share with you about the gay real estate market – both lgbt real estate news and news specific to gay and lesbian real estate meccas.
If you have a gay real estate story that you’d like to share with us, contact us at [email protected]