For banks looking to sell nonperforming assets, pricing realities are not ideal. But they have become increasingly tolerable.

Sales of nonaccrual assets last year rose to $23.2 billion from $7.7 billion a year earlier, according to a review of about 190 banks and thrifts by Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc. The early take on first-quarter results: more of the same.

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