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U.S. Foreclosure Market Statistics by State – Sept 2006

U.S. Foreclosure Market Statistics by State – Sept 2006

Rate RankState NameNODs NTSsNFSsLISsREOsTotal1 for every #HH%Change from Aug 2006%Change from Sep 2005

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United States

25,379

43,840

6,285

19,338

18,179

112,210

1,030

-0.96

63.50

32

Alabama

0

297

0

0

232

529

3,712

39.58

195.53

22

Alaska

9

98

0

0

12

118

1,739

31.11

40.48

11

Arizona

0

0

2,493

306

103

2,902

754

12.79

39.65

18

Arkansas

24

997

0

0

100

1,121

1,046

29.00

18.50

12

California

12,317

2,023

0

0

485

14,806

825

18.58

196.48

1

Colorado

75

3,228

0

0

1,182

4,485

408

-26.22

24.51

15

Connecticut

1,226

157

0

0

2

1,385

1,000

556.40

4846.43

43

Delaware

4

28

0

0

4

36

9,530

2.86

260.00

48

DC

0

0

0

0

11

11

24,986

22.22

-8.33

4

Florida

0

0

1,609

11,050

390

12,946

564

-21.22

40.98

5

Georgia

5

4,136

0

0

1,026

5,167

599

-13.41

31.71

42

Hawaii

18

43

0

0

2

63

7,310

50.00

-35.71

29

Idaho

10

185

0

0

7

202

2,603

-16.18

18.13

7

Illinois

0

0

979

5,881

1,069

7,431

658

7.56

86.85

6

Indiana

1,578

1,764

0

0

704

3,968

636

12.00

61.43

40

Iowa

23

41

0

0

141

176

7,003

-22.12

27.54

30

Kansas

105

211

0

0

5

321

3,514

-16.41

221.00

24

Kentucky

300

400

0

0

192

892

1,963

1.36

430.95

39

Louisiana

30

166

0

0

151

347

5,427

9.46

73.50

49

Maine

4

13

0

0

2

19

34,310

-59.57

171.43

33

Maryland

5

545

0

0

22

572

3,745

48.57

13.94

14

Mass.

1,619

1,112

0

0

8

2,739

957

373.06

14315.79

3

Michigan

163

4,569

0

0

3,117

7,846

538

14.36

199.24

34

Minnesota

18

393

0

0

122

533

3,880

-15.53

252.98

45

Mississippi

4

46

0

0

29

79

16,061

-1.25

-15.05

23

Missouri

25

522

0

0

877

1,385

1,760

4.61

47.18

35

Montana

2

96

0

0

6

104

3,962

79.31

-7.96

19

Nebraska

5

373

0

0

139

516

1,393

66.45

47.43

2

Nevada

1,482

351

0

0

86

1,919

452

-4.81

237.26

50

New Hampshire

0

11

0

0

6

14

39,073

-17.65

600.00

16

New Jersey

2,473

589

0

0

159

3,221

1,028

7.65

30.88

31

New Mexico

129

60

0

0

25

214

3,648

-37.24

-28.67

26

New York

0

0

1,204

2,101

319

3,622

2,120

-20.17

45.29

25

North Carolina

549

99

0

0

1,017

1,665

2,114

-19.21

83.17

47

North Dakota

3

1

0

0

10

14

20,691

40.00

100.00

9

Ohio

95

3,390

0

0

3,309

6,794

704

-9.03

17.16

17

Oklahoma

465

487

0

0

479

1,430

1,045

3.77

45.47

28

Oregon

148

456

0

0

31

635

2,293

20.72

11.40

21

Pennsylvania

1,120

1,767

0

0

245

3,125

1,680

9.92

31.36

27

Rhode Island

0

204

0

0

0

204

2,156

45.71

20300.00

38

South Carolina

19

92

0

0

264

368

4,763

-17.30

8.55

44

South Dakota

1

20

0

0

0

21

15,391

-44.74

23.53

13

Tennessee

273

1,575

0

0

914

2,757

889

16.23

28.05

8

Texas

274

10,856

0

0

873

11,988

671

-16.00

23.13

10

Utah

444

588

0

0

45

1,077

714

2.87

17.07

51

Vermont

1

1

0

0

0

2

147,191

0.00

0.00

41

Virginia

2

314

0

0

84

400

7,216

-5.88

76.99

20

Washington

27

1,326

0

0

88

1,441

1,660

-10.66

46.29

46

West Virginia

2

46

0

0

3

51

16,561

-3.77

-50.00

37

Wisconsin

303

138

0

0

57

498

4,624

-31.12

-2.35

36

Wyoming

0

26

0

0

25

51

4,389

54.55

131.82

trouble ahead............./riecht nach ärger.........

Michigan joins Colorado, Nevada in posting top state foreclosure rates

Other states reporting foreclosure rates among the nation’s 10 highest were Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Texas, Ohio and Utah.

California claims top spot among states with most new foreclosure filings

Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Colorado, Indiana and New York rounded out the 10 states with the most new foreclosure filings in September.

Highest metro foreclosure rates in Colorado, Michigan and Florida

The Greeley metro area (Weld County) documented 393 properties entering some stage of foreclosure, a foreclosure rate of one new foreclosure filing for every 168 households — more than six times the national average.

http://www.realtytrac.com/ContentManagement/PressRelease.aspx?ItemID=1240

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