Foreclosure activity doubled in 2022 but remains historically low
While the nation continues moving away from the pandemic-era lows, it's doing so very slowly and well below rates seen during the Great Recession
by Taylor Anderson Jan 11
These counties are at the greatest risk for housing market declines
The data does not suggest a steep drop in home prices is imminent but shows that different areas are facing lower and more elevated levels of risk as the U.S. economy remains uncertain
by Ben Verde Dec 1
Q4 shows continued rise of properties in foreclosure: Report
The number of homes in some stage of the foreclosure process rose 27.4% compared to the year before, with the number of vacant homes in foreclosure rising for the third straight quarter
by Taylor Anderson Oct 26
The market is shifting. Here's how you can still find deals as an investor
Following the herd and conventional wisdom never got real estate investors anywhere. Try these tactics to score great deals on investment properties
by G. Brian Davis Sep 20
Banks reclaim more properties in August as foreclosures tick upward
Foreclosure notices have been on the rise in the past year, but actual bank repossessions remain scarce. That may be starting to change
by Daniel Houston Sep 8
MLS-listed homes sell for more, a new study claims. But there's 1 twist
Critics raise issues over conclusion that listing homes on the MLS is what caused higher sales prices and faster transactions, especially if NAR rules mean MLSs have a thumb on the scale
by Andrea V. Brambila Aug 31
US foreclosure activity ticks down in July, sliding 4%, data shows
Figures released Wednesday by Attom show a total of 30,358 properties with foreclosure filings in July. Despite the slight drop, foreclosure activity is still up 143% from the same time last year 
by Ben Verde Aug 9
After a decade of declines, foreclosure activity is on the rise
Many loans would have been foreclosed if not for federal government protections enacted during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from Attom Data Solutions
by Taylor Anderson Jul 13
Delinquency rates remain at rock bottom, according to new report
CoreLogic reports the number of people behind on their mortgage payments fell to a new record low, helped by rise in home prices and past government protection
by Taylor Anderson Jun 14
Zombie foreclosures post 1st increase since moratorium's end
The number of vacant properties going through the foreclosure process is up once again to just over 7,500 in Q2, according to Attom Data Solutions, even as fewer total properties lie vacant
by Daniel Houston Jun 1
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by Taylor Anderson May 10
Mortgage delinquency rates continue their descent: CoreLogic
The number of homeowners who are more than 30 days late on mortgage payments dropped for the 11th straight month in February
by Taylor Anderson May 10
Foreclosures hit post-pandemic high during first quarter of 2022
U.S. foreclosure activity hit a new high not seen since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as foreclosures continue to rebound following the lapse of federal moratoriums, according to data from Attom
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 21
After reaching historic lows, the foreclosure pipeline is starting to fill
Although the numbers remain below historical levels, ‘it’s not going to be a surprise when we see the foreclosure numbers starting to rise,’ according to Daren Blomquist of
by Taylor Anderson Apr 4
A comprehensive guide to finding inventory in today's market
Here, Inman has created an extensive resource for ways to find inventory — from old-school methods to more creative approaches — when it seems like there's nothing left on the shelves
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 30