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|Monday, June 07, 2010|
Real estate brokers are becoming frustrated and suspicious of bank-owned homes showing up for sale out of something they call the shadow inventory.
The shadow inventory is housing that has not yet reached the market, but inevitably will, such as homes owned by banks after foreclosure.
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