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Real Estate Foreclosures - 4/20/14 - Knoxville News Sentinel


Real Estate Foreclosures - 4/20/14
Knoxville News Sentinel
Wilson and Associates PLLC, secretary-treasurer, to Bank of New York Mellon and Specialty Underwriting and Residential Fiance Trust, in West Hills Park subdivision, $113,050. Wilson and Associates PLLC, secretary-treasurer, to Deutsche Bank and Argent ...


Home foreclosures way down in Pinal County - TriValley Central


Home foreclosures way down in Pinal County
TriValley Central
... Pinal County are nowhere near as common as they were a few years ago. Arizona State University's Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice at the W.P. Carey School of Business said monthly foreclosures in Pinal County peaked in March 2009 at 1,256.

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Foreclosures Continue Fall in First Quarter - Memphis Daily News


Foreclosures Continue Fall in First Quarter
Memphis Daily News
Foreclosure activity is one of those things where even declines are not as always universally cheered. In Shelby County, 760 residential foreclosures were filed during the first quarter, according to real estate information company Chandler Reports, ...


Foreclosure cases take longer despite new law - Orlando Sentinel


Foreclosure cases take longer despite new law
Orlando Sentinel
Foreclosure cases are taking longer to make their way through Florida courts despite a new state law intended to speed them up. Cases that were cleared at the end of last year took an average of 32 months to get through the courts — up from 28 months ...


Despite new law, Florida foreclosures take longer - Housing Wire


Housing Wire

Despite new law, Florida foreclosures take longer
Housing Wire
Foreclosure cases are taking longer to get through the court system despite a recent law that aimed to speed up the process, an article in the Orlando Sentinel explained. Cases that were cleared at the end of last year took an average of 32 months to ...

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Facing New Rules, Banks Take Foreclosures to Court - Bloomberg


NorthJersey.com

Facing New Rules, Banks Take Foreclosures to Court
Bloomberg
The shift to the courts comes after laws were passed in states such as California and Hawaii that give consumers new tools to fight foreclosure, said RealtyTrac Vice President Daren Blomquist. “Going through the judicial process now protects lenders ...
Yearly foreclosures down, but quarterly increase seen in CA foreclosure startsSacramento Bee
Foreclosures have Doubled in Some States Despite Overall DeclineMortgage News Daily
US foreclosures fall to lowest quarterly level since mid-2007-RealtyTracReuters
MarketWatch (blog) -NorthJersey.com -Palm Beach Post (blog)
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