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Foreclosure Activity Drops to All-Time Low

ATTOM, along with its subsidiary RealtyTrac, has released its year-end 2021 Foreclosure Market Report which has found that there was a total of 151,153 properties with foreclosure filings against them over the course of the year, down 29% from 2020 and down 95% from a peak of 2.9 million ...

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National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Drops Again

CoreLogic’s Loan Performance Insights Report for September 2021 found that just 3.9% of all mortgages nationwide were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, including those in foreclosure), a 2.4-percentage point decrease in delinquency compared year-over-year, when the ...

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Foreclosures Tick Downwards In November

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ATTOM, along with its subsidiary RealtyTrac, has released its latest Foreclosure Market Report for November which has found that there was a total of 19,479 properties with foreclosure filings against them, down 5% from October but up 94% from a year ago. This increase marks the seventh consecutive monthly increase year-over-year.   The news was ...

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Foreclosure Starts Reverse Course in September

Citing the need to closely monitor foreclosure numbers after the Federal Foreclosure Moratorium expired in July, Black Knight has revealed a “first-look” at its data for September 2021.  According to the preliminary release, the national delinquency rate fell to 3.91% in September, down 2.3% from August. This ...

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Delinquencies Reverse Course

Mortgage delinquencies defied several trends in April, according to the latest First Look at the month’s mortgage performance data from Black Knight, Inc. April is typically a month that sees an increase in mortgage delinquencies. In fact, historically, delinquencies have ...

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