ForeclosureListings.com has noticed falling and rising trends in foreclosures in recent months. Why? When the supply of homes outweighs the demand for them, the prices shrink. When the values are attractive enough to investors with enough money to withstand the smaller return on the investment, the supply is reduced and the prices sustain at a present level until the next surge of depressed...read more
ForeclosureListings.com reports foreclosure home statistics and the average price of a foreclosure home in states and cities that had higher home prices entering foreclosures in the first quarter of 2011.
ForeclosureListings.com reports data that shows alarming statistics about five states that had more foreclosures in them from 2010 to 2011 and the average price of a home in foreclosure.
Struggling with job losses and loans worth more than their home’s value, almost 5 million borrowers are at least two months behind on their mortgages, and more are expected to miss payments....read more
Data published by ForeclosureListings.com comparing March 2010 to February 2010 shows that Florida and Georgia had an important increase in foreclosure rates at 21.26% and 20.14% respectively. Michigan, one of the economically hardest-hit by the recession...read more
NEW YORK, N.Y., March 24, 2010 - Data published by ForeclosureListings.com comparing February 2010 to January 2010 shows that Texas has witnessed the highest increase in foreclosures with a rise of 35.3%, followed by Michigan at 17.54%, California at 11.93%, and Florida...read more
In December 2009, U.S. owners of 349,519 properties received a foreclosure notice
ForeclosureListings.com, confirmed that the national foreclosure rate in January was one foreclosure filing for every 466 U.S. households; the most severe problems continue in the west and in Florida. Unemployment, economic hardship, negative equity, and credit availability are driving the foreclosures.
The end of the recession may be in sight as foreclosure rates were down again in many states in November compared with October while foreclosure prices were up. Comparing rates and sale price figures from ForeclosureListings.com offers a positive economic snapshot of the current housing market. For buyers who have been waiting and watching the market, now is a good time to buy.
Here are results from some of the top states to demonstrate...read more
New York, NY Oct. 22, 2009 The fast paced world of real estate is about to move even faster thanks to new tools for the web that have just been released by industry leader ForeclosureListings.com. The Internet based foreclosure listing service has just released the first ever foreclosure API on the market. This tool joins the companys current offering of successful real...read more
According to statistics from ForeclosureListings.com, foreclosure rates are still on the rise across the country, a sure sign that the recession is far from over. The same statistics show that average foreclosure sale prices are also on the rise. The combination means that it is a strong market and a good opportunity for investment buyers.
The foreclosure rates in several states were very significant. For example, the foreclosure rates...read more