When it comes to measuring investor fervor for residential purchases, analysis of a new real estate report suggests it’s a matter of perspective.

Cash sales, a key indicator of investor interest, are the lowest they’ve been in years, a new report from the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches shows. These sales help distinguish cash-flush speculators from homebuyers who typically require mortgages.

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