Foreclosure Rates Have Declined Significantly in the US

Foreclosure sales have declined in the US as compared to five years ago, according to a recent real estate data released by HOPE NOW.

Five Worst Housing Markets of 2013

We’ve already taken a look at the most promising markets going into 2013, where it’s clearly apparent that Texas is well on the road to recover, but sadly we can’t say the same about every city in the US.

Foreclosure Rates Down in 2011, says RealtyTrac

The number of foreclosures filed last year dropped by almost 33%, falling to the lowest level in four years, according to new data from RealtyTrac. Throughout 2011, one out of every 69 homes were foreclosed on, while lenders repossessed a total of 804,000 homes – compared to last year’s total of 1.05 million homes being repossessed, when the foreclosure crisis was at its peak.

Study Shows Foreclosures Are Bad For Your Health

The more foreclosures there are in your home state, the more your community’s health is at risk, says a new study. New research carried out by Princeton University’s Janet Currie and Georgia State University’s Erdal Tekin has shown that the rising number of foreclosures in states like Florida, California, Arizona and New Jersey appears to

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