As reported in LPS’ First Look, the national foreclosure inventory stayed relatively stable in March, remaining at the historically high levels maintained since the end of 2010.

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 · National foreclosure inventory drops: LPS The July Mortgage Monitor report released by Lender Processing Services (LPS) showed that national foreclosure inventories remain stable – and near historic highs – while delinquencies, down 30 percent from the january 2010 peak, continued to decline slightly. 108 Homes For Sale in Santa Clara, CA.

Before and After House Flip on a Disgusting Foreclosure With All the Numbers The number of U.S. homes currently in some stage of foreclosure totals approximately 406,000, compared with 530,000 in April 2015. That represents a decline in the national. inventory fell by 32.7%.

As of this past July, the national foreclosure inventory included approximately 469,000, or 1.2%, of all homes with a mortgage compared with 650,000 homes, or 1.7% a year earlier.

ATTOM Data Solutions Year-End 2018 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. Counter to the national trend, five states posted a year-over-year.

LPS – foreclosures down. This national performance masks underlying differences between judicial states, where foreclosure inventory levels stand at 6.5%, and non-judicial states, where foreclosure inventory levels are more than 2.5 times lower at 2.45%.

National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Swells to 9.2% in May: LPS. The national foreclosure inventory rate was nearly 3.2% in May, up from 3.18% in April, bringing the total non-current rate of loans either delinquent or in foreclosure to 12.4%. The average number of days elapsing from the time a mortgage becomes 30 days delinquent to foreclosure sale.

LPS: Foreclosure inventory hits lowest level since 2008. Residential mortgage services provider Fidelity National Financial Inc. has adjusted the terms of its.

Posts Tagged ‘ national foreclosure inventories ‘ LPS mortgage monitor The July Mortgage Monitor report released by Lender Processing Services (NYSE: LPS) shows that national foreclosure inventories remain stable – and near historic highs – while delinquencies, down 30% from the January 2010 peak, continued to decline slightly for the month.