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  • Foreclosure filing activity down nationwide

    But some local markets show an uptick
    Foreclosures in the first half of 2018 are far below the peak of 1.6 million in 2010, but 40% of local markets showed an uptick in foreclosure starts, prompting one expert to blame loosening lending standards.
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  • Homeowners facing foreclosure hit 9-year low

    Black Knight report shows only 1% of all mortgages in active foreclosure
    A new report from Black Knight Financial Services shows that by one metric, the housing market is healthier than it’s been since the crisis began. According to new data released Tuesday morning by Black Knight, the rate of loans in active foreclosure is lower right now than at any point in the last nine years.
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  • RealtyTrac: More homeowners are avoiding foreclosure than ever before

    New report shows that foreclosure starts hit record low in first half of 2016
    A new report from RealtyTrac shows that more homeowners are keeping their homes out of foreclosure than ever before. According to RealtyTrac's report, the number of homes that started the foreclosure process during the first half of 2016 was the lowest for any half-year period since the company began tracking foreclosure starts in 2006.
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  • CoreLogic: Foreclosures fall to lowest level since 2006

    Recovery from housing crisis continues
    In another sign that the recovery from the housing crisis is ongoing rather than stalled out, the total number of completed foreclosures in 2015 was the lowest number of completed foreclosures in any year since 2006, a new report from CoreLogic shows.
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  • CoreLogic: Foreclosures fall to lowest level since 2007

    Foreclosure inventory and mortgages in serious delinquency hit 8-year low
    The inventory of homes in foreclosure continued to decrease in November 2015, falling to the lowest level since November 2007, a new report from CoreLogic showed. But it wasn’t just the number of homes in foreclosure that fell to an eight-year low.
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  • New York’s foreclosure backlog isn’t going away until 2016, at least

    Prospects slightly better in New Jersey
    "In New York, the recent private-label RMBS foreclosure backlog of 38,213 loans could be cleared in approximately 5.7 years using the last 12 months’ average exit rate of 1,684 loans and in approximately 2.4 years using the 2008-10 average rate of 4,059 loans," Moody’s Investors Service said in a new report.
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