CoreLogic: September completes 41,000 foreclosures

Foreclosures, while now down 64 percent from the peak reached in September 2010, are still nearly double the monthly average before the housing crisis. CoreLogic said today that there were 41,000.

down from 68,000 in September 2013, a year-over-year decrease of 32.6% and down 61% from the peak of completed foreclosures in 2010, according to CoreLogic (CLGX). On a month-over-month basis,

National foreclosure inventory declined by 24.5% and completed foreclosures dropped 6.9% compared in May from the same month a year earlier as the number of completed foreclosures fell from 41,000.

The number of completed foreclosures nationwide decreased year over year from 40,000 in October 2015 to 30,000 in October 2016, representing a decrease of 74.7 percent from the peak of 118,287 in.

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According to the November 2015 National Foreclosure Report, the number of completed foreclosures nationwide decreased year over year from 41,000 in November 2014 to 33,000 in November 2015, and the number of completed foreclosures in November 2015 was down 71.6 percent from the peak of 117,657 in September 2010.

CoreLogic. number of completed foreclosures nationwide decreased year-over-year from 41,000 in December 2014 to 32,000 in December 2015. The number of completed foreclosures in December 2015 was.

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according to the latest National Foreclosure Report issued by CoreLogic. May’s 41,000 completed foreclosures represent a 64.9 percent drop from the September 2008 peak, while national foreclosure.

CoreLogic released its december 2015 national foreclosure report, showing the foreclosure inventory declined by 23.8 percent and completed foreclosures declined by 22.6 percent compared with December 2014. The number of completed foreclosures nationwide decreased year-over-year from 41,000 to 32,000. The number of completed foreclosures in December 2015 was down 72.8 percent from the peak of.

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CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said completed foreclosures fell by nearly 23 percent in 2015 and by nearly 73 percent from its September 2010 peak. The company’s December National Foreclosure Report said foreclosures dropped both month over month (to 32,000 in December from 34,000 in November) and year over year (to 32,000 from 41,000 in December.

CoreLogic Reports 33,000 Completed Foreclosures in November 2015. decreased year over year from 41,000 in November 2014 to. 85 percent coverage of U.S. foreclosure data. Source: CoreLogic

According to CoreLogic, for the month of November 2014, there were 41,000 completed foreclosures nationally, down from 46,000 in November 2013, a year-over-year decrease of 9.6 percent and down 64.

September 04, 2013 CoreLogic: Completed Foreclosures Continue to Decline. The nation’s volume of completed foreclosures was down 25 percent in July from the same period a year ago, analytics firm CoreLogic reported Aug. 29 in its National Foreclosure Report.