He sees residential real estate simply as non-performing assets. The foreclosure process he believes is at the "epicentre of what we are experiencing in the economy".
Despite the economic downturn there is still a strong residential market in the US with five million homes already bought and sold this year. Over half of these transactions have been the sale of foreclosed homes.
Ryan says the foreclosure process is actually acting as a catalyst for buyers looking to snap up good locations and
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