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Mortgage Delinquencies Remain at 10-Year Low

The share of home mortgage loan payments that are 30 days or more past due fell from 5.5% in July 2016 to 4.6% in July 2017. The foreclosure inventory rate ...
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Mortgage Delinquencies Remain Near 10-Year Low

The share of home mortgage loan payments that are 30 days or more past due fell from 5.3% in July 2016 to 4.6% in July 2017. The foreclosure inventory rate ...
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Mortgage Delinquencies Reach 10-Year Low

The share of home mortgage loan payments that are 30 days or more past due fell from 5.3% in June 2016 to 4.5% in June 2017. The foreclosure inventory rate ...
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Foreclosure, Delinquency Data Tumble to 10-Year Low

Mortgage delinquencies fell to a 10-year low in March, according to property information provider CoreLogic, the lowest readings since the nation began to feel the grip of the worst housing ...
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10 Years After the Housing Crisis: Foreclosures Drop 82%

In 2010, at the peak of the Great Recession, 1.18 million U.S. homes went through completed foreclosures, nearly five times as many as in 2000 and about double the number ...
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December Foreclosure Inventory Hits Pre-Crisis Average

In the month of December, 21,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 1.9% month over month and down 39.8% from a total of 36,000 in November 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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Foreclosures Drop to 10-Year Low, New Jersey Bucks Trend

The housing market has improved substantially since the Great Recession by virtually every measure. More proof of progress came with Realtytrac's 2016 foreclosure numbers. The figures were a 10-year low. ...
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November Foreclosure Inventory Nears Pre-Crisis Average

In the month of November, 26,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 2.4% month over month and down 25.9% from a total of 35,000 in November 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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October Foreclosure Inventories Highest New York, New Jersey, Hawaii

In the month of October, 30,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 3.6% month over month and down 24.9% from a total of 40,000 in October 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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August Cash Home Sales Highest in Alabama, New York, and Florida

In August of 2016, cash sales comprised 31.1% of all home sales, down from 32.6% in August of 2015, marking the 44th consecutive year-over-year monthly decline. Cash sales rose by ...
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September Foreclosure Inventories Highest in New York City, Miami, Las Vegas

In the month of September, 36,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 3.1% month over month and down 7% from a total of 39,000 in September 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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Samsung’s 2.8 Million Washing Machines Recall Could Dwarf Galaxy Note 7 Recall

When things go wrong inside of companies, they often go really wrong. When Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone started catching on fire, the hope was that they would be fixed. ...
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Foreclosure Rates Plunge in Michigan, Washington, Minnesota, Colorado

Foreclosure inventory continues to plunge across the nation, with the foreclosure inventory rate at 0.9% in August, down 29.6% compared to last year. However, the drop was much greater in ...
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August Foreclosure Inventories Highest in New York City, Miami, Las Vegas

In the month of August, 37,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 3.2% month over month and down 42.4% from a total of 64,000 in August 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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July Foreclosure Inventories Highest in New York City, Miami, Las Vegas

In the month of July, 34,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 3.9% month over month and down 16.5% from a total of 41,000 in July 2015, according to CoreLogic. ...
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