Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 8, 2005
December 8, 2005 Â According to data released today by Foreclosure.com, 85,375 foreclosed residential properties were available for sale in the United States during November Â a decrease of 2.7 percent from October. The total number of new foreclosures listed for sale in November Â 20,951 Â also decreased 2.7 percent.
In the states with the highest number of foreclosure listings, including Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Texas, only Georgia experienced an increase in new foreclosures from October to November. In addition, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Tennessee recorded a substantial rise in the number of new foreclosures for the second straight month, indicating early signs of a trend in those areas.
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ÂMost areas of the United States experienced relatively stable foreclosure inventory during the past year,Â said Brad Geisen, president and CEO, Foreclosure.com. ÂEven though new foreclosure inventory is on an even pace compared to last year, we are closely watching areas of the country such as the Northeast and South where foreclosures are beginning to increase.Â
Geisen continued, ÂThere is still a high foreclosure level throughout the country, even with the drop in new foreclosures. When we compare the slow buying pace to the number of new foreclosures entering the market, we see that a strong investment environment exists for foreclosed homes.Â
Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Foreclosure.com is committed to delivering the most comprehensive, up-to-date database of residential foreclosure, pre-foreclosure, bankruptcy, FSBO and tax lien listings in the United States to its customers and business partners through its cost-effective, Web-based subscription service. Through the companyÂs work with hundreds of the top lending institutions and government agencies, Foreclosure.com has access to the nationÂs largest inventory of residential foreclosure real estate, including Real Estate-Owned (REO) properties; Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Fannie Mae, and other government agency and financial institution properties; as well as listings from an extensive network of corporate sellers. On the Net: http://www.foreclosure.com.
Irene Savage/Tristam Wallace
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