Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • The number of homes in the US in some stage of foreclosure is down 28.9% to 472,000.
  • Only 3.5% of homes in the US are currently in serious delinquency.
  • Foreclosure Inventory levels hit the lowest level since January 2008 at 1.2% of all homes with a mortgage.

Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Highlights: The number of homes in the US in some stage of foreclosure is down 28.9% to 472,000. Only 3.5% of homes in the US are currently in serious delinquency. Foreclosure Inventory levels hit the lowest level since January 2008 at 1.2% of all homes with a mortgage.

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Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • The number of homes in the US in some stage of foreclosure is down 28.9% to 472,000.
  • Only 3.5% of homes in the US are currently in serious delinquency.
  • Foreclosure Inventory levels hit the lowest level since January 2008 at 1.2% of all homes with a mortgage.
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Foreclosure Inventory Hits Lowest Mark in Over 7 Years [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Highlights: The number of homes in the US in some stage of foreclosure is down 28.9% to 472,000. Only 3.5% of homes in the US are currently in serious delinquency. Foreclosure Inventory levels hit the lowest level since January 2008 at 1.2% of all homes with a mortgage.

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