Articles about Foreclosed Properties
The ongoing raging foreclosure crisis is not unknown to anyone as it is having an impact not only in every corner of America but in most of the countries of the world. The ball started rolling with foreclosed properties in USA – not just one or two but millions of foreclosed properties. This has shaken the entire socio-economic structure of America.
The foreclosed properties generally being talked about are the homes or residential foreclosed properties. But waiting in the side lines are another type of units that might create a worse tsunami – foreclosed properties that are not residential but commercial.
The lender when advancing a loan for the commercial sector looks not at the income of the individual but at the performance of the business unit and what it promises.
The crisis in the residential foreclosed properties has led to a chain reaction with a halt in construction and other related activities. The related activities include the commercial sector. People are not eating out, travelling as much as they used to or visiting shopping malls. Shops are downing shutters and landlords of big commercial complexes are not getting paid. Consequently they are defaulting on their mortgages. There is a surfeit of vacant office space and tenants are pressing landlords to reduce rent. On the other hand mortgage lenders are reluctant to renew contracts because the value kept as security for the loans has sharply fallen during the last two years or so.
Pundits of economy are do not have any words of hope and soon commercial foreclosed properties will fill the ranks of unsold real estate.
Foreclosed properties blight localities as these lying vacant soon become derelict having fallen prey to rats, snakes and vandals.
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