"Year over year, the foreclosure inventory, as a percentage of all homes with a mortgage, has declined almost a full percentage point to 2.2 percent," said Mark Fleming, chief economist for CoreLogic.
Foreclosure inventory in January was down by one-third over the year, although completed foreclosures ticked up over the month, according to CoreLogic’s National Foreclosure Report released.
About 1 million homes are in the foreclosure inventory as of June, CoreLogic reports. That does mark a 28 percent decrease in the foreclosure inventory compared to last year. Forty-nine states reported a year-over-year decline in foreclosure rates in June.
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CoreLogic, in their most recent National Foreclosure Report, reported that foreclosure inventory has decreased by 23.2% since this time last year. The report also showed that foreclosure inventory has decreased in 49 of the 50 states and that 45 states have posted a year-over-year, double-digit decline (see chart below). Other findings in the.
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In January 2015, 43,000 U.S. home foreclosures were completed, up 14.7% month-over-month and down 22.5% from a total of 55,000 in January 2014, according to CoreLogic. The research firm also notes.
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National Foreclosure Inventory 33.2% 1.4% Compared to January 2014 Of All Homes with a Mortgage Approximately 549,000 homes in the United States were in some stage of foreclosure as of January 2015, compared to 822,000 in January* 2014, a decrease of 33.2 percent. This was the 39th consecutive month with a year-over-year decline. As of
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The foreclosure inventory rate fell to 4.07 percent in Q3 to the lowest. foreclosure rates increased on a monthly basis in October but remain well below last year’s levels, according to the latest.
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