Another bright spot in the housing market remains declining foreclosure rates. There were 55,000 completed foreclosures. research firm CoreLogic released Tuesday. As homes move through the.
On a month-over-month basis, completed foreclosures increased by 0.3 percent to 37,000 in April 2016 from the 36,000 reported for March 2016.* As a basis of comparison, before the decline in the housing market in 2007, completed foreclosures averaged 21,000 per month nationwide between 2000 and 2006.
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Foreclosure inventory down by 30%.. according to new data from CoreLogic. the November 2016 National Foreclosure report of CoreLogic.. Completed foreclosures were also down, dropping to.
CoreLogic reports that U.S. foreclosure inventory is shrinking rapidly as the real estate market continues to improve. The number of homes foreclosed upon fell more than 30% for the year ending in October and more than 25% from the previous month. CoreLogic analysts believe it is a sign of continued.
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The number of completed foreclosures nationwide posted a year-over-year decline of 25.9% in November to 26,000, according to property information provider CoreLogic. That represents a plunge of 78.
"Foreclosure inventory fell by 30% from the previous year, the largest year-over-year decline since January 2015," said Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. "The large decline in the distressed inventory has been one of the drivers of steady home price growth which helps Americans increase their home equity to support.
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· CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said completed foreclosures ticked up slightly in March, but continued to fall from yearly and historic highs. The company’s National Foreclosure Report showed completed foreclosures increased by 9.3 percent to 36,000 in.
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, according to research.
Completed foreclosures fell 24% to 830,000 in 2011, while foreclosure inventory declined 8.4%, according to CoreLogic. Mark Fleming, chief economist at CoreLogic, noted that for the first time in.
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