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Foreclosure Rates in Florida Remain Sky High

RealtyTrac's monthly report on foreclosures nationwide has primarily good news. New foreclosures in June were at the lowest level since July 2006, since "before the housing price bubble burst." The ...
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States With the Highest Foreclosure Rates in May

In the month of May, 47,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, up 3.8% month over month but down 9.4% from 52,000 in May 2013, according to research firm CoreLogic. While ...
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Ten Cities With Highest Foreclosure Rates

Foreclosure filings in the United States dropped 5% in May, compared with April, and 26% compared with May 2013, according to data released Tuesday by RealtyTrac. Florida, Maryland and Nevada ...
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States With the Highest Foreclosure Rates

In the month of April, 46,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 0.4% month-over-month, but down 18% from 56,000 in April 2013, according to research firm CoreLogic. While an improvement, ...
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Home Foreclosures Rose in March

In the month of March, 48,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, up 5.9% month over month but down 10% from 53,000 in March 2013, according to research firm CoreLogic (NYSE: ...
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Home Foreclosures Still Double Rate Before Housing Bust

In the month of February, 43,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 13.1% month over month and down 15% from 51,000 in February 2013, according to research firm CoreLogic. While ...
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Eight Markets With the Highest Distressed Home Sales

The real estate recovery has been extremely uneven. In some markets, prices have risen by well into the double digits. However, many of these markets are in areas such as ...
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Florida, Nevada Still Lead Foreclosure States

Foreclosure filings in the United States dropped 10% in February, compared with January, and 27% compared with February 2013, according to data releases Thursday by RealtyTrac. Florida, Maryland and Nevada ...
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Home Foreclosure Numbers Improve, but Still Far to Go

In the month of January, 48,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 11.8% month over month and down 19% from 59,000 in January 2013, according to research firm CoreLogic. While ...
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America’s Most Affordable Housing Markets

The most recent National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index listed the most affordable housing markets in the United States. Most were older, industrial age cities in which home ...
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January Foreclosure Rates Jump Higher, Several States Still Crippled

In a sign that the housing recovery may still be uneven, January foreclosure rates moved higher by 8% when compared to December. The primary causes were increases in foreclosure starts ...
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Mortgage Delinquencies Drop to Five-Year Lows

In another sign that the financial situation of many Americans has improved, and perhaps that fewer mortgages are underwater, mortgage delinquencies fell to levels last seen in 2008, the period ...
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Home Foreclosures Declining, but Remain High

In the month of October, 48,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, down 25.6% from a revised total of about 60,000 in September and down 30% from 68,000 in October 2012, ...
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Foreclosure Picture Improves, but Not in States Hit Hardest by Real Estate Collapse

RealtyTrac, the gold standard of research about foreclosures, reported more evidence that the real estate market continues the process of healing the tremendous damage done to it during the recession. ...
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Home Foreclosure Pace Begins to Slow

In the month of September, 51,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed. That was down 0.7% from a revised total of about 51,000 in August and down 39% from 84,000 in ...
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