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.
LPS: Foreclosures Drop for 13th Consecutive Month.. The number of properties in foreclosure pre-sale inventory hit 1,525,000 in May, while the number of properties that were 30 or more days delinquent or in foreclosure hit 4,569,000 in May.
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Some Highlights: According to CoreLogic, the national foreclosure rate dropped to 1.1% of all homes with a mortgage. This is the lowest percentage experienced since October 2007. April marked the 54th consecutive month of year-over-year declines in foreclosure inventory. Only 3% of homes in the United States are in serious delinquency.
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%.
LPS report: Foreclosure inventory increased 10% in 2010 National foreclosure inventory drops: LPS Kerri Ann Panchuk was the Online Editor of HousingWire.com, and regular contributor to HousingWire.
Completed foreclosures and serious delinquencies were also down on a year-over-year basis as reported in CoreLogic’s september national foreclosure report. The foreclosure inventory. Nationwide.
LPS’ October Mortgage monitor: foreclosure starts Down; Decline Likely Temporary as Industry Adapts to New National Mortgage Settlement Requirements.. drop in overall foreclosure inventory.
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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.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Dec. 5, 2012 – The October Mortgage Monitor report released by Lender Processing Services (NYSE: LPS) showed a significant decline in foreclosure starts for the last two months – down 21.9 percent in October and almost 48 percent on a year-over-year basis – leading to a nearly 7 percent drop in overall foreclosure inventory.
According to the January Mortgage Monitor report by Lender Processing Services (LPS), foreclosure inventory remains volatile, as the national loan delinquency rate drops 2.03 percent in January to.