Bay State foreclosures up 355%<br> as home sales slow

As the housing market in Massachusetts continued to weaken, foreclosure auctions rose 355 percent in April to the highest level in years, according to The Warren Group. The Boston real estate and research firm said 1,172 such auctions were advertised in the Bay State last month, compared with 376 in April 2006. “More homes seem…

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