Tag: foreclosure starts

U.S. Foreclosure Activity Decreases 15 Percent in Q1 2019 to Lowest Levels Since Q1 2008

U.S. Foreclosure Activity Decreases 15 Percent in Q1 2019 to Lowest Levels Since Q1 2008

Foreclosure Activity Below Pre-Recession Levels in 60 Percent of U.S. Markets; Foreclosure Starts Up Seven Percent From a Year Ago; Average Foreclosure Timeline Increases 5 Percent From Last Year IRVINE, Calif. – April 11, 2019 — ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database and first property data provider of... Read More »
Top 20 Counties with the Most Foreclosure Starts

Top 20 Counties with the Most Foreclosure Starts

If you aren’t familiar with what a foreclosure start is, it’s the first public notice, which can be a notice of default, a lis pendens, or a notice of trustee sale depending on the state where the property is located. While foreclosures in general are not as prevalent as they were when the housing market crashed around 2008, they are still... Read More »
January 2019 Foreclosure Filings See an Uptick

January 2019 Foreclosure Filings See an Uptick

ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database, released its January 2019 foreclosure activity (State/MSA/County/ZIP and City code data available). Nationally there were a total of 56,251 U.S. properties with foreclosure filings in January 2019, up 8 percent from the previous month but down 19 percent from a year ago —... Read More »
Detailed Foreclosure Dive for Harris, Texas

Detailed Foreclosure Dive for Harris, Texas

Foreclosure Starts in Harris on the rise but what do the other numbers look like? Harris County, Texas had a total of 680 foreclosure filings in November 2018. This is down 16 percent from last month but up 209 percent from November 2017. The foreclosure rate is 1 in every 2,482 housing units receiving a foreclosure filing for the month. This... Read More »

Attom NewsletterATTOM Newsletter

Sign up to get free Real Estate & Housing Market Trends!

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.