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Everything is big in Texas, including foreclosure filings


By Call it Crazy   Follow   Mon, 3 Dec 2012, 3:49pm   167 views   2 comments
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The Lone Star state generally has a healthier real estate market. However, that fact did not shield the state from feeling the impact of 59,256 foreclosures in the 12 month-period ending Oct. 31.

Texas is one of five states with the highest number of completed foreclosures in the yearlong period stretching from Oct. 2011 through last month, according to the San Antonio Business Journal, which analyzed the latest CoreLogic data.

Other leading states included California, Florida, Georgia and Michigan.

http://www.housingwire.com/content/everything-big-texas-including-foreclosure-filings

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  1. bob2356


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    1   5:15pm Mon 3 Dec 2012   Share   Quote   Permalink   Like   Dislike  

    Call it Crazy says

    Other leading states included California, Florida, Georgia and Michigan.

    Wow, the highest population non judicial states, plus florida which is where the crash hit hardest by far have the biggest number of foreclosure completions. Will you discover gravity next captain obvious?

    You didn't catch housingwire totally screwing up by talking about foreclosure filings in the headline and completed foreclosures in the article. Two totally different numbers especially in judicial states.

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    bob2356 says

    You didn't catch housingwire totally screwing up by talking about foreclosure filings in the headline and completed foreclosures in the article. Two totally different numbers especially in judicial states.

    If you got an issue with the story, feel free to click on the link and sent an email to the author...

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