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Foreclosures See a Slight Upswing

Shutterstock By Christine DiGangi There was a time when having more than 1 million U.S. homes in foreclosure was the norm. It wasn't that long ago, actually -- the foreclosure inventory only dropped below the million mark in June 2013 -- but as of January 2014, just 794,000 homes were in some state of foreclosure.... Continue Reading »

Crunching the Latest Foreclosure Numbers

AP By Christine DiGangi There are fewer than 2 million mortgages in serious delinquency as of November, a 26 percent decline from the previous year and a 5-year low, according to the monthly CoreLogic Foreclosure Report. A seriously delinquent mortgage means the homeowner is more than 90 days past-due on payments and is... Continue Reading »

10 States With the Highest Foreclosure Rates in America

The worst of the housing downturn appears to be behind us, and while real estate markets around the country are improving, some states are still experiencing a struggle with taming foreclosures. According to RealtyTrac, the number of foreclosed properties stood at 1.8 million last year, down 2.7% from 2011 and 36% from... Continue Reading »

CoreLogic Report Shows Sharp Drop in Foreclosures for 2011

New data released today suggests that the foreclosure crisis may be subsiding, though experts caution against taking the data at face value since government activity has distorted the housing market in the past year. Analytics firm CoreLogic says that the number of completed foreclosures dropped by 24 percent between... Continue Reading »

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