[:en]Foreclosure Inventory Down 34.3% from Last Year[:es]El inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias disminuyo 34.3 % respecto al año pasado[:]

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According to the latest CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report“approximately 552,000 homes in the US were in some state of foreclosure as of December 2014”. This figure is down 34.3% from the 840,000 homes in December of 2013. December marked the 38th consecutive month in which there were year-over-year declines.

Anand Nallathambl, the President and CEO of CoreLogic, is hopeful for the future, saying:

“At current foreclosure rates, we expect to see the foreclosure inventory in the U.S. drop below 500,000 homes sometime in the first quarter of 2015 which would be another milestone in the healing of the housing market.”

The map below shows the percentage of foreclosure inventory in each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. Thirty-six states have inventory below the national rate of 1.4% and can be seen in two shades of green.

CoreLogic Foreclosure Inventory | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

Even though some states have not recovered completely from the foreclosure crisis, the nation as a whole is on the right track as inventory decreases.[:es]Foreclosure Inventory Down 35.5% from Last Year | Simplifying The Market

Según el último informe de ejecuciones hipotecarias nacional de CoreLogic, “aproximadamente 552,000 casas en U.S.A estaban en algún estado de ejecución hipotecaria en Diciembre 2014.” Esta cifra disminuyó 34.3 % desde las 840,000 casas en diciembre de 2013. Diciembre marcó el 38 mes consecutivo en el que hubo descenso año tras año.

Anand Nallathambl, el Presidente y CEO de CoreLogic, está optimista respecto al futuro al decir:

“Con las tasas de ejecuciones hipotecarias actuales, nosotros esperamos ver que el inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias caiga por debajo de 500,000 casas en algún momento del primer trimestre del 2015 lo que sería otro hito en la curación del mercado de la vivienda”.

El mapa de abajo muestra el porcentaje del inventario de las ejecuciones hipotecarias en cada uno de los 50 estados y Washington, D.C. Treinta y sies estados tienen inventario por debajo de la tasa nacional de 1.4 % y podemos verlo en dos gamas de color verde.

CoreLogic Foreclosure Inventory | Simplifying The Market

En conclusión

Aunque algunos estados no se han recuperado totalmente de la crisis hipotecaria, la nación en conjunto está en el camino correcto a medida que el inventario disminuye.[:]

[:en]Foreclosure Inventory Down 34.3% from Last Year[:es]El inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias disminuyo 34.3 % respecto al año pasado[:]



[:en]  According to the latest CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report, “approximately 552,000 homes in the US were in some state of foreclosure as of December 2014”. This figure is down 34.3% from the 840,000 homes in December of 2013. December marked the 38th consecutive month in which there were year-over-year declines. Anand Nallathambl, the President and CEO of CoreLogic, is hopeful for ...

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[:en]Foreclosure Inventory Down 34.3% from Last Year[:es]El inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias disminuyo 34.3 % respecto al año pasado[:]



[:en] 

According to the latest CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report“approximately 552,000 homes in the US were in some state of foreclosure as of December 2014”. This figure is down 34.3% from the 840,000 homes in December of 2013. December marked the 38th consecutive month in which there were year-over-year declines.

Anand Nallathambl, the President and CEO of CoreLogic, is hopeful for the future, saying:

“At current foreclosure rates, we expect to see the foreclosure inventory in the U.S. drop below 500,000 homes sometime in the first quarter of 2015 which would be another milestone in the healing of the housing market.”

The map below shows the percentage of foreclosure inventory in each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C. Thirty-six states have inventory below the national rate of 1.4% and can be seen in two shades of green.

CoreLogic Foreclosure Inventory | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

Even though some states have not recovered completely from the foreclosure crisis, the nation as a whole is on the right track as inventory decreases.[:es]Foreclosure Inventory Down 35.5% from Last Year | Simplifying The Market

Según el último informe de ejecuciones hipotecarias nacional de CoreLogic, “aproximadamente 552,000 casas en U.S.A estaban en algún estado de ejecución hipotecaria en Diciembre 2014.” Esta cifra disminuyó 34.3 % desde las 840,000 casas en diciembre de 2013. Diciembre marcó el 38 mes consecutivo en el que hubo descenso año tras año.

Anand Nallathambl, el Presidente y CEO de CoreLogic, está optimista respecto al futuro al decir:

“Con las tasas de ejecuciones hipotecarias actuales, nosotros esperamos ver que el inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias caiga por debajo de 500,000 casas en algún momento del primer trimestre del 2015 lo que sería otro hito en la curación del mercado de la vivienda”.

El mapa de abajo muestra el porcentaje del inventario de las ejecuciones hipotecarias en cada uno de los 50 estados y Washington, D.C. Treinta y sies estados tienen inventario por debajo de la tasa nacional de 1.4 % y podemos verlo en dos gamas de color verde.

CoreLogic Foreclosure Inventory | Simplifying The Market

En conclusión

Aunque algunos estados no se han recuperado totalmente de la crisis hipotecaria, la nación en conjunto está en el camino correcto a medida que el inventario disminuye.[:]

[:en]Foreclosure Inventory Down 34.3% from Last Year[:es]El inventario de ejecuciones hipotecarias disminuyo 34.3 % respecto al año pasado[:]



[:en]  According to the latest CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report, “approximately 552,000 homes in the US were in some state of foreclosure as of December 2014”. This figure is down 34.3% from the 840,000 homes in December of 2013. December marked the 38th consecutive month in which there were year-over-year declines. Anand Nallathambl, the President and CEO of CoreLogic, is hopeful for ...

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