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Judging solely by the numbers, it’s clear that the Western US is home to plenty of distress: the most of any region in the US, with nearly $59 billion worth in 3,280 properties, according to a November report from New York City-based Real Capital Analytics. Despite the consensus that the problem properties will not hit the market in a flood, the distress is there. The challenge for investors is how to find the deals they want. Receiver Taylor Grant of California Real Estate Receiverships in Newport Beach, CA says that finding good distressed deals in 2011 may already be difficult in some property sectors. “I think we have worked our way through most of the quality residential land deals, with some exceptions,” he says.

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