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The Most Comprehensive Foreclosure Data in the Industry
With our team of local data collectors, ATTOM Data Solutions provides your business with complete and up-to-date nationwide pre-foreclosure and foreclosure records and details— the largest footprint available from any property data provider. From default notices, such as – Notice of Default (NODs) and Lis Pendens (LIS) – to both types of public foreclosure auctions – Notice of Trustee’s Sale (NTS) and Notice of Foreclosure Sale (NFS) – and bank real estate owned completed foreclosures (REOs) and more.
Delivering the Most Complete Foreclosure Data
ATTOM’s collection of foreclosure data is second to none in both judicial and non-judicial jurisdictions. With detailed data on foreclosure amounts, auctions dates, opening bids, foreclosing lenders and servicer details, you will have the most comprehensive foreclosure data available.
Public notice of a borrowers default, and the initial steps in the foreclosure process. Most commonly recorded as a Notice of Default in non-judicial states, or Lis Pendens (Latin: Pending suit) in judicial states.
The date on which the instruments / notices are recorded and/or made public record. This includes the recording date of the notices, and date on which the foreclosure is recorded as well.
The date in which a property is scheduled for public auction of a foreclosure property, due to the fact that the homeowner did not pay what was owed on the property during the default period.
When a property goes into auction, the foreclosing lender sets an amount, that is to be the opening bid of the property, which is usually equivalent to the outstanding loan amount interest and other fees associated with the property.
A foreclosure trustee is a neutral party that handles the foreclosure process on a property.
The lender of a property that attempts to recover the amount owned on a defaulted loan.
Many lenders will contract out mortgage services which will assume the responsibility for handling transactions between the loan provider and the borrower.
Bank Owned (REOs)
If a third party does not purchase the property at the public auction then it is repossessed by the foreclosing lender. These properties are called REOs and this includes property transferred to HUD / Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac, or other Government Sponsored Agencies (GSAs), Government Corporations (Ginnie Mae), or Government Backed Loans.
What is foreclosure activity?
Foreclosure activity refers to properties with foreclosure filings; properties being taken back by lenders after borrowers have fallen behind on their mortgage payments. Foreclosure data typically includes information on default notices, public foreclosure auctions, bank real estate owned completed foreclosures (also known as REOs), and more.
Have Questions About Foreclosure Data?
How Can You Use ATTOM’s Foreclosure Data?
Real Estate Portals
Real estate portals can use our foreclosure data to display the most recent foreclosure properties as a way to increase user engagement and drive more leads to their agents.
What to Expect in the Distressed Real Estate Market
This is a must watch webinar looking into the distressed housing market as consumer programs to prevent foreclosure activity expire. Will there be a spike in foreclosures? And how will financially distressed homeowners fare in today’s red hot housing market
High-level insight includes:
- Economic Trends
- State of the U.S. Housing Market
- Sales volume
- Home prices
- Who’s buying homes today
- Forbearance and Foreclosure Activity
- Results of the government’s forbearance program
- Foreclosure activity today and historically
- Foreclosure outlook
- Disposition of Properties
- Where is foreclosure activity returning first
- Who’s buying at auctions today
- What types of deals are available at auction (with real-life examples)
- Adding value with responsible renovation
- Adding affordable Inventory for owner-occupants
- Preventing foreclosures with Pre-Foreclosure Sales
- And more…
- Rick Sharga, EVP, Market Intelligence
- Daren Blomquist, VP, Market Economics, Auction.com
ATTOM’s Data is Your Business Advantage
A multi-sourced, enhanced national warehouse that contains information on more than 155 million U.S. properties including:
- 29.6 Billion Rows of Data
- 9,000 Data Fields
- 20TB Warehouse
- 99% Population Coverage
Our rigorous Enterprise Data Management Program (EDMP) involves more than 20 steps that validate, standardize and enhance the real estate data we collect:
- Property Address Standardization
- Owner Name Parsing
- ATTOM ID Matching
- Fusion of Multi-Sourced Data
- Data Governance