Foreclosure News

The latest collection of news articles on the web relating to foreclosures.

Florida leads nation in "zombie" foreclosures
Florida has more "zombie" foreclosures — or foreclosures where the house has been abandoned — than any other state, although the numbers have declined substantially over the past year, according ...

Napa County foreclosures fall to 8-year low
The number of Napa County foreclosures dropped to its lowest point in eight years in 2014, according to data from the Napa County Recorder’s office.

Real Estate in the Sunbelt States Showing Direction and Promise Says David Crantz, Senior Advisor with Cantor Capital
For a long time, newswires and headlines have been screaming, "Foreclosures Soar" and "Millions Lose Their Homes." The Sunbelt States, California, Florida, Nevada and Arizona, did indeed ...

Zombie foreclosures are making a comeback
While the number of zombie foreclosures has fallen from last year, 19 states have seen a resurgence, a recent RealtyTrac report found.

Where zombie foreclosures are making a comeback
While the number of zombie foreclosures has fallen from last year, 19 states have seen a resurgence, a recent RealtyTrac report found.

Foreclosures remain low in metro Phoenix
January foreclosures in the Valley less than 10 percent of the number in January 2011.                

Where zombie foreclosures are still hurting housing markets
Vacated by the homeowner and left unattended, zombie foreclosures are still plaguing many housing markets. Nearly one in four homes in foreclosure at the end of January were already abandoned by the owner ...

One in Four U.S. Foreclosures Are 'Zombies' Vacated by Homeowner -- Not Yet Repossessed by Foreclosing Lender
RealtyTrac® , the nation's leading source for comprehensive housing data, today released its Q1 2015 Zombie Foreclosure Report, which found that as of the end of January 2015, 142,462 homes actively in ...

Foreclosures surge in Southern California, but for how long?
Foreclosures in Southern California hit their highest level in two years in January, according to new data out Thursday. But market-watchers say it's more a matter of lenders clearing their books than a new wave of bad loans.

Foreclosures fall to start 2015
The trend of fewer distressed properties continued in January