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The Lone Star state generally has a healthier real estate market. However, that fact did not shield the state from feeling the impact of 59,256 foreclosures in the 12 month-period ending Oct. 31.
Texas is one of five states with the highest number of completed foreclosures in the yearlong period stretching from Oct. 2011 through last month, according to the San Antonio Business Journal, which analyzed the latest CoreLogic data.
Other leading states included California, Florida, Georgia and Michigan.
Click here to read more in the San Antonio Business Journal.
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