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Aside from Completed Foreclosures, the News in Florida is All Good

The Sunshine State has fallen to third in foreclosure inventory rate (2.6 percent) behind New Jersey (4.6 percent) and New York (3.7 percent) and is getting closer to the national average, which was 1.2 percent during September. Florida had the highest decline of any state in foreclosure inventory year-over-year in September—a 42.3 percent drop, from 4.4 percent in September 2014.

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Florida, Michigan Lead in Completed Foreclosures, But Other Numbers Do Not Correlate

Despite both states having high numbers of completed foreclosures for the previous 12 months, other foreclosure-related statistics between the two states do not correlate. Florida's foreclosure inventory rate of 3.5 percent for January (third among states behind New Jersey and New York) was more than double the national average for the month (1.4 percent), whereas Michigan's foreclosure inventor was less than half that number (0.6 percent).

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Clayton Holdings Hires New COO

Thirty-year mortgage industry veteran Jeff Tennyson has joined Clayton Holdings LLC as chief operating officer. Tennyson will be in charge of all of Clayton’s business holdings in the United States, including Transaction Management, Consulting, Surveillance, Commercial Due Diligence, and Green River Capital.

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