Items Tagged with 'DataQuick Information Systems'

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  • Stewart acquires Wetzel Trott

    Company's growth continues
    The company announced that Wetzel Trott, Inc. has joined the Stewart family of companies, marking the company's second expansion in less than a week
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  • California Defaults Soar by 80%

    Notices of default in  the January-to-March period rose 80% percent from 75,230 for the prior quarter and were up 19% percent from the year-ago quarter, real estate information provider DataQuick Information Systems reported Wednesday.
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  • Foreclosure Starts Continue to Soar in California

    Lenders started foreclosure proceedings on a record number of California homeowners last quarter, although the pace of quarterly increases in default activity slowed somewhat, a real estate information service reported Tuesday. Mortgage servicers recorded 121,341 notices of default during the April-through-June period, up 6.6 percent from 113,809 during Q1, and up 124.9 percent year-ago totals, according to DataQuick Information Systems.
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  • June Home Resales In California Slowest Since 1988

    Resales of single-family homes and condos posted the slowest June on record last month, according to statistics released Friday morning by real estate data firm DataQuick Information Systems. During June, a total of 35,202 new and resale houses and condos were sold statewide last month -- up 6.6 percent from 33,024 in May, but off 8.1 percent from 38,291 for June last year.
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  • Southern California's Housing Market Still Frozen: Report

    Southern California's housing market, stuck in the deep freeze most of winter, has yet to thaw out as spring arrives. According to data released Tuesday by real estate data firm DataQuick Information Systems, the seasonal boost in sales between February and March was less than half its normal level -- and a record low to boot. The median sales price in SoCal also took another record nose dive during March, as well.
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