June Foreclosure Report – Mixed for California

Discovery Bay, CA, July 13, 2010 – ForeclosureRadar (www.foreclosureradar.com), the only website that tracks every California foreclosure and provides daily auction updates, issued its monthly California Foreclosure Report for June 2010. Foreclosure activity was mixed in June after being down across the board in May. Filing of new foreclosure notices rose, while foreclosure sales dropped. The number of foreclosure sales that were cancelled hit an all time record in June, but the increase was primarily driven by just one lender JP Morgan Chase, and it’s acquisitions including Washington Mutual. Although the number of properties purchased by 3rd parties at auction dropped significantly, they purchased nearly the same percentage of the total properties sold, and at a better discount to market value then we’ve seen in months.

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One Response to June Foreclosure Report – Mixed for California

  1. kristin says:

    It definitely helps you before the reasons broader that our housing market is headed and where the next landing 24-48months.Despite statements, a list of buildings designed or preforeclosure sales dipped only slightly decrease announcements was replaced by the rise time to close.Manakin Sabot mls

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