California Foreclosure Uptick Doesn't Indicate Long-term Trend

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California Foreclosure Uptick Doesn't Indicate Long-term Trend

Foreclosures are declining in most of the Western states tracked by ForeclosureRadar, but some experienced anomalous upticks in February. For example, in California notices of default and notices of trustee sale together increased 10 percent--a sharp about-face from the previous month's 43.3 percent decline. ForeclosureRadar anticipates a return to the recent trend of declining foreclosure activity in the state. While positive for homeowners, ForeclosureRadar points out an unintended consequence of such market conditions: decreased REO inventory, which is "still very much a part of the California real estate landscape," the firm said. » Read More


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