December saw 205,024 foreclosure filings, a 9% decline M/M, a 20% decline Y/Y, and a 49-month...


December saw 205,024 foreclosure filings, a 9% decline M/M, a 20% decline Y/Y, and a 49-month low. Filings were down 34% Y/Y in 2011. But despite the seemingly positive slowdown, RealtyTrac says foreclosures were in "full delay mode" in 2011 and will rise once again in 2012 as lenders take action.
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  • WMARKW
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    Yep....I'm sure those lenders are ready and waiting to take action...to recognize those losses.
    12 Jan 2012, 03:48 AM Reply Like
  • Joe Eifrid
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    I think FNM/FRE stopped foreclosures for December for Christmas.
    12 Jan 2012, 06:45 AM Reply Like
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