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Some states still struggling with high foreclosure rates

Posted on August 5th, 2015 No Comments

Some states still struggling with high foreclosure rates

According to real estate data company RealtyTrac, the country is continuing to slowly recover from the housing crisis several years ago, USA Today on July 19 reported. In the recent report by RealtyTrac, the company identified Florida as having the highest amount of foreclosures, although its numbers have improved by 22% in 2014. The state of […]

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Reduced foreclosure levels felt in Ohio in 2014

Posted on June 30th, 2015 No Comments

Reduced foreclosure levels felt in Ohio in 2014

Recent numbers indicate that Ohio’s foreclosure rate has decreased significantly, and lower rates have not been seen for over a decade, according to the Public News Service on June 8. In the data collated by the researchers of “Policy Matters Ohio,” it was revealed that the state-wide foreclosure rate in 2014 was down by 18 […]

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House of late football star’s former spouse threatened by foreclosure

Posted on May 21st, 2015 No Comments

House of late football star’s former spouse threatened by foreclosure

The home of late Dallas Cowboys football star Bob Hayes’ ex-wife, Altamease Hayes, is being threatened with foreclosure, a May 5 article of WFAA 8 reported. Reports revealed that Altamease Hayes was allowed to postpone her home’s foreclosure for 30 days to find a workable solution to save her longtime property. Initially, the 1,700 square foot […]

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Former Baywatch actress sold house to pay off debt

Posted on May 5th, 2015 No Comments

Former Baywatch actress sold house to pay off debt

Debt-ridden former Baywatch star Nicole Eggert reportedly sold her Los Angeles residence to pay off her debts, Realty Today reported on April 28. According to reports, Eggert’s house in Studio City that measures over 9,000 sq. / ft. was sold for $1.15 million after a bankruptcy court judge gave her approval. The bulk of the […]

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Report: US foreclosure activity considered the lowest since 2006

Posted on April 6th, 2015 No Comments

Report: US foreclosure activity considered the lowest since 2006

Data collected in February by real estate firm RealtyTrac revealed that homes in various parts of the foreclosure process have decreased in number by 4% since the month before and a full 9% from this time last year, Realty Biz News reported on March 23. There were 101,938 houses nationwide in different stages of foreclosure […]

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Homes with bigger mortgages experience increased foreclosure

Posted on March 16th, 2015 No Comments

Homes with bigger mortgages experience increased foreclosure

Though the U.S. housing market is continuing to recover from a foreclosure crisis, recent data from CoreLogic revealed that foreclosures of wealthier homes have increased, The Wall Street Journal stated on March 5. According to the data, as the national foreclosure rate at the end of 2014 has been reduced to 1.4 percent, foreclosure rates have increased by 2.5 […]

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