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Foreclosure Inventory Drops to Lowest Monthly Total in Eight Years

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-+*The delinquency rate (percentage of properties 30 days or more overdue but not in foreclosure) dropped by 16 percent year-over-year down to 4.71 percent, nearly reaching its lowest point since the crisis. That share of 4.71 delinquent properties represents about 2.39 million loans nationwide. The number of properties in foreclosure pre-sale inventory dropped by 24 percent year-over-year in July down to 711,000.

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‘Foreclosure Predicament Persists’ in New York

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-+*CoreLogic reported that in June 2015, New York's foreclosure inventory rate (the percentage of residential mortgages in some state of foreclosure) was 3.7 percent, three times the national rate for the month of 1.3 percent and second among states (New Jersey had 4.7 percent).

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Foreclosure Inventory Rate Drops to Below Pre-Recession Levels

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-+*The foreclosure inventory rate has now declined year-over-year for 44 consecutive months, including June. The 1.2 percent foreclosure inventory rate represented about 472,000 homes, down from 664,000 in June 2014. Although the national foreclosure inventory rate is back to pre-recession levels, the rate remains high in select areas hit hardest by the crisis, such as Florida and New Jersey.

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