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Foreclosure filings fell to the lowest level in almost six years in January, dropping 28% on...

Foreclosure filings fell to the lowest level in almost six years in January, dropping 28% on year and 7% on month to 150,864. The main reason for the decline was because of a new law in California that slowed repossessions - default notices in the state plunged 62% on year, and for the first time since January 2007, it didn't have the most properties with foreclosure filings.  (PR)
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  • youngman442002
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    the new normal...you can live in your house..but you donĀ“t have to pay for it....lol...nice socialism
    14 Feb 2013, 07:31 AM Reply Like
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