A rising number of U.S. adults are worried about the potential negative aspects to purchasing a foreclosed home, according to survey results released Tuesday by online real estate company Trulia and foreclosure data provider RealtyTrac. Both companies also compiled a series of statistics on foreclosure properties to accompany the survey results. About 47 percent of the online survey's 2,033 respondents said they would consider purchasing a foreclosed home -- down from 54 percent in an April survey. The latest survey was conducted by Harris Interactive from Nov. 11-13 among U.S. adults 18 and up. The survey found that 80 percent of respondents believe there are negative aspects to purchasing a foreclosed home, a rise from 69 percent in the April survey. "What's significant abou...
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