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The .86 percent foreclosure rate here was down .72 percent compared to the same period last year when it was 1.58 percent, according to area was lower than the national foreclosure rate of 1.93 percent for February, the data shows.
Editor's note: Robert Hickey is a senior research associate at the Center for Housing Policy, the research division of the National Housing Conference , a nonprofit that provides ideas and solutions for America's housing challenges.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau introduced new mortgage rules to prevent irresponsible lending and the foreclosures that happened as a result.
Residential foreclosure activity in the Charlotte market declined to 1.28 percent in February from 2.67 percent a year earlier, according to data firm CoreLogic Inc. That's better than the national foreclosure rate of 1.93 percent for the month, but worse than North Carolina's rate of 1.1 percent, the Irvine, Calif.-based data firm says.
Not all foreclosures are owned by bank or lenders. Fannie Mae, the government sponsored entity which securitizes home mortgages, also has foreclosures listed for sale.
Sacramento-area foreclosures fell far below long-term averages in the first few months of this year, continuing to decrease as the housing and job markets recovered, DataQuick reported Tuesday.
Foreclosure rates in the St. Louis metro area dropped to 0.86 percent for February, down 0.44 percent from the rate of 1.3 percent for February 2013.
According to Corelogix, in February, about 2% of the homes i n our city were in some form of foreclosure.
Todd Chrisley 's legal problems are now affecting his mother, and she is in danger of losing her home.
Foreclosures are down in the Louisville area. A new housing report from Corelogic shows foreclosure rates in February at just over 1.5 percent.
Her colleagues agree and on Tuesday, the board took a step to either get these properties repaired or torn down.