14 American Housing Markets Still Drowning In Foreclosures

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One in every 998 U.S. homes received a foreclosure filing in the  third quarter, according to the latest foreclosure  data from RealtyTrac

Foreclosure filings were down 27% from a year ago, but up 2% from the second  quarter.

National foreclosure activity fell to the lowest level since Q2 2007, but  pockets of America continued to struggle with foreclosures.

14 metros with the highest foreclosure rate.

Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida

Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida

1 in every 173 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 2,133

Change from Q2 2013: +5.91%

Change from Q3 2012: -27.69%

Akron, Ohio

Akron, Ohio

1 in every 168 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 1,861

Change from Q2 2013: -29.96%

Change from Q3 2012: +5.50%

Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, Illinois

Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, Illinois

1 in every 165 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 22,896

Change from Q2 2013: -13.84%

Change from Q3  2012: -40.79%

York-Hanover, Pennsylvania

York-Hanover, Pennsylvania

1 in every 165 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 1,080

Change from Q2 2013: +6.09%

Change from Q3 2012: +10.09%

Rockford, Illinois

Rockford, Illinois

1 in every 155 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 937

Change from Q2 2013: -17.30%

Change from Q3 2012: -37.37%

Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, Florida

Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, Florida

1 in every 153 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 1,309

Change from Q2 2013: +5.39%

Change from Q3 2012: +31.16%

Orlando-Kissimmee, Florida

Orlando-Kissimmee, Florida

1 in every 134 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 6,946

Change from Q2 2013: -13.97%

Change from Q3  2012: -21.91%

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida

1 in every 120 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 11,197

Change from Q2 2013: +1.10%

Change from Q3  2012: -12.50%

Ocala, Florida

Ocala, Florida

1 in every 120 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 1,360

Change from Q2 2013: -8.17%

Change from Q3 2012: +1.42%

Las Vegas-Paradise, Nevada

Las Vegas-Paradise, Nevada

1 in every 109 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 7,604

Change from Q2 2013: +18.11%

Change from Q3 2012: +25.44%

Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Florida

Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Florida

1 in every 102 homes received a foreclosure filing  in Q3 2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 2,625

Change from Q2 2013: +29.50%

Change from Q3 2012: -0.91%

Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, Florida

Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, Florida

 

1 in every 101 homes received a foreclosure filing in Q3  2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 24,438

Change from Q2 2013: -16.57%

Change from Q3 2012: -1.33%

Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville, Florida

 

1 in every 96 homes received a foreclosure filing in Q3  2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 6,172

Change from Q2 2013: -1.50%

Change from Q3 2012: +3.14%

Port St. Lucie, Florida

Port St. Lucie, Florida

1 in every 83 homes received a foreclosure filing in Q3  2013

Properties with foreclosure  filings: 2,580

Change from Q2 2013: +114.11%

Change from Q3 2012: +72.23%

Now look at China’s ghost cities…

Now look at China's ghost cities...

Read more:  http://www.businessinsider.com/us-cities-with-most-foreclosures-in-q3-2013-10?op=1#ixzz2himx6LJx

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