Low prices, tight lending boost all-cash home purchases

More than half of the homes bought since early 2012 have been paid for in cash, according to an analysis by Goldman Sachs economists. The sales, likely made to investors, foreign buyers and wealthy homeowners, could stabilize those neighborhoods. However, the long-term effect for neighborhoods dominated by homes purchased for renting has yet to be seen, one analyst says.

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