DALLAS-The US foreclosure sales decreased 25% in Q3 2010 whencompared to that of Q2 2010, while the same plunged 31% whencompared to that of Q3 2009.


The sales of non-foreclosed assets tumbled 29% in Q3 2010 whencompared to that of Q2 2010 and decreased 31% when compared to thatof Q3 2009. The share of foreclosure sales with respect to overallhome sales increased in Q3 2010 compared to that of Q2 2010.For the full story, go to Dallas Morning News.

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