Juan Reyes and father-in-law Luis Valdeon, publishers of the weekly Miami-Dade Foreclosure List, a compendium of all the homes set to be auctioned by the county clerk, have to keep counting when they put out each new volume. Three years ago the report was about 20 pages per week. That’s gone up to 170 pages for the last volume, printed on both sides of the page. The book’s increasing size is a sign of the market crash.
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