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Completed foreclosures drop 40% in December

Homes in serious delinquency fall to lowest level since 2007
Foreclosures decreased substantially at the end of 2016, as completed foreclosures sank 40% and foreclosure inventory dropped 30%. In fact, homes in serious delinquency dipped to its lowest level since 2007. CoreLogic’s president and CEO talks about what turn foreclosure trends will take in 2017.
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Foreclosure inventory declines another 30%

Hovers slightly above pre-crisis levels
Foreclosures dropped once again by 30% for the year ending in November 2016, according to CoreLogic’s new report. Now, foreclosure numbers are hovering slightly above pre-crisis numbers. In fact, the number of homes in serious delinquency hit the lowest point since 2007.
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CoreLogic: Completed foreclosures reverse trend, increase

But foreclosure inventory decreases
Foreclosures increased slightly from last month, but continue to decrease annually. And while the number of homes lost to foreclosure is up, there are no new homes moving into foreclosure to take their place. Foreclosure inventory continues to decrease both monthly and yearly.
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MBA: Foreclosure starts lowest in 16 years

Judicial states worse off
The nation continues to see foreclosure rates decline to lows not seen since 2000 or 2007. But there's still some ground to make up, especially in judicial states, which could be holding the market back from recovery. Here’s why.
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Foreclosure pipeline drains out

Foreclosure inventory drops by a third year-over-year
The total number of homes in foreclosure in the U.S. dropped by almost a third year-over-year in November while falling to 46,000 completed foreclosures from 64,000.
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Completed foreclosures fall 34%

CoreLogic records 48,000 completed foreclosures
Completed foreclosures dropped 34% year-over-year in August 2013, CoreLogic reported this week. As a whole, August’s completed foreclosures hit 48,000 filings, down from 72,000 a year earlier.
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