Inventories of bank-owned properties in California registered double-digit declines in July compared to a year ago, according to the latest numbers from data aggregator ForeclosureRadar.Lenders took back 11,934 homes in July, an 18 percent decline from a year ago. That left them with an estimated 81,536 homes in their "real estate owned," or REO, inventories in July -- 19 percent less than a year ago.About three times that many homes are still working their way through the foreclosure process in California. But Sean O'Toole, ForeclosureRadar's founder and CEO, said he sees "no evidence of a foreclosure wave anytime soon."Lenders and government intervention continue to delay foreclosures, O'Toole said. Although that doesn't provide a long-term solution for homeowners who owe more than their homes are worth, it does push back the day of reckoning."We continue to hear a lot of concern about a double dip for housing, combined with increasing concern that another wa...
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