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Foreclosure Metrics Experience More Double-Digit Declines

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-+*On a year-over-year basis, foreclosure inventory—residential homes in some state of foreclosure—declined by 27 percent nationwide, down to about 491,000 homes, according to CoreLogic. This number represents about 1.3 percent of all residential homes with a mortgage nationwide. In May 2014, about 676,000 homes were in foreclosure, comprising 1.7 percent of all mortgages nationwide.

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New York AG Highlights Success of Home Retention Programs

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-+*Schneiderman said the three programs his office has created, the Homeowner Protection Program (HOPP), the New York State Mortgage Assistance Program (NYS MAP), and AGScamHelp.com, have benefited tens of thousands of homeowners in New York State by helping them avoid foreclosure and keeping them in their homes.

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Distressed Sales Fall to Eight-Year Low

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-+*Pre-crisis, distressed sales usually hovered around 2 percent, the report stated. CoreLogic expects the numbers to return to this mark by mid-2017, a claim bolstered by the ongoing shift away from REO sales. REO sales made up 7.4 percent of total distressed sales in April, while short sales made up 3.7 percent.

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Monitor Reports One Failed Metric In NMS Compliance Update

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-+*Smith reported that Green Tree had completed eight corrective action plans (CAPs) to address root causes of fails that had previously been uncovered, and that he found no evidence of any failures during the "cure period," which is the amount of time in which the servicer has a chance to fix the issues.

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