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Foreclosure Drop in Florida and California

Released on May 26th, 2011 reports that Florida foreclosed homes in April were down 14.81 percent in Florida than a month ago, and California was down 8.46 percent. Florida had 9,353 Listings in March versus 7,968 listings in April of 2011, and California foreclosed more

Arizona and Colorado Home Foreclosures Rise 10 Percent

Released on April 26th, 2011 recently reported that in April, the top five states with more foreclosure opportunities were California, Florida, Colorado, Arizona, more

Some States Provide Best Value for Foreclosure Properties

Released on February 28th, 2011 calls attention to future homeowners to some states with the best price values of foreclosure properties. Foreclosure Warehouse statistics show that the top states that had the lowest prices in the beginning of the 2011 compared to the same time in 2010 reveal advantageous situations for those who are looking for a new property.

Why are they good opportunities? more

Business Expansion the Cure for Home Foreclosures?

Released on January 27th, 2011

The foreclosure trends are again in today’s news, and according to data compiled by, this situation seems as though it is not going to get any better regardless of how much the government tries to help, until more jobs are created and sustained.

Downsizing, rightsizing, outsourcing, and other terms for laying-off and firing employees have fueled part more

Slow Price Increases, Moderate Foreclosure Declines Reported in Latest Statistics

Released on September 23rd, 2009

New York, NY – September 11, 2009 – According to, the Making Home Affordable Program created by the Obama Administration as a way to help struggling homeowners save their homes from foreclosure has had mixed results. After two years of declining prices and increasing foreclosure rates, the program may have helped reduce the numbers but it has failed large numbers of homeowners who were eligible for the program. more

Foreclosure and Mortgage Rate News Shows Little Hope the Housing Crisis is Nearing an End

Released on June 22nd, 2009

According to, reports in the media have focused largely on small improvements in the real estate market in order to restore confidence to prospective home buyers. However, careful analysis of the data suggests the sluggish market and reduced home prices are not going anywhere any time soon.

According to Jacob Christensen, from ForeclosureWarehouse, foreclosure rates in several states between the end of more

Banks Uncomfortable with Spending Restrictions of Taxpayer Bailout Money

Released on March 24th, 2009

As history has shown and continues to prove, every time the U.S. government gets involved with something, whatever it is becomes slower, costs more, and satisfies less James Wilson from stated that our recent taxpayer-backed funds known as the economic stimulus plan has too little oversight according to citizens and many in government and too many restrictions and controls according to some recipients. Because more

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