Ultra-high-end foreclosures up 61% in 2013

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Number of properties that are 30 or more days past due or in foreclosure:. » In 2012 and 2013, November increases in delinquency rates were followed by an additional slight increase in December, followed by a decline below October. the 2014 vintage were up

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Foreclosures on super high-end US homes jump 61 percent December 04, 2013 03:00PM Though foreclosure activity in the U.S. is down significantly overall, those on the ultra high-end are bucking the.

Foreclosure Investing 101 by Attorney William Bronchick According to RealtyTrac, foreclosures for homes worth $5 million or more are up 61% this year despite the fact that overall foreclosures are down 23%. The question is, does this merely represent holdouts from the prior housing bubble, or is it a sign of things to come?

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The foreclosure inventory as of September 2014 made up 1.6% of all homes with a mortgage, compared to 2.3% in September 2013. The foreclosure inventory was down 2.8% from August 2014, representing.

RealtyTrac.com Special Report – Overall U.S. foreclosure activity is down 23 percent year-to-date through October 2013, but foreclosure activity on homes worth more than $5 million is up 61 percent from the same time period in 2012.. The number of these ultra high-end properties with a foreclosure notice in 2013 is relatively miniscule – fewer than 200 compared to 1.2 million total.

Activity was up 61% in Queens and 40% in Staten Island. The number of homes hit with foreclosure papers in the Bronx rose 39%. The increase in Brooklyn was 28%.

Only 0.61% of loans went into the foreclosure process during the third quarter, down slightly from the second quarter total of 0.64%, reaching the lowest level since early 2007.

"Queens County reported the highest level of foreclosure activity through September 2013, up 61 percent from the same time period last year. Default notices in particular were up 71 percent, while auction notices increased 24 percent and bank-owned (REO) properties increased 26 percent from the previous year."

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