Nev. foreclosure law leads to low inventory

A Nevada law meant to prevent foreclosure abuses by adding stiffer penalties has had the unintended effect of reducing the number of homes for sale. Buyers with financing are battling investors paying with cash for the homes that are on the market, and low inventories are prompting builders to start new projects despite the glut of distressed properties in limbo.

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