The housing market is slowly getting back to normal and the number of foreclosures continues to fall. But that\’s not true in Maryland.
Officials in Prince George\’s County have unveiled a new
foreclosure action plan aimed at speeding up the demolition
Delinquency and foreclosure rates among
homeowners continued to trend lower in January,
Foreclosures decreased last year in the D.C.
region despite rising foreclosure rates in the
The number of foreclosures in Frederick County is
still high — 45 in September, according to
RealtyTrac — and one major problem, according to
housing professionals, is that people wait too
to seek help.
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Once again, there are fewer foreclosed homes
sold in the region but it\’s not a sign of a
strengthening market in all areas.
After enjoying months of shrinking foreclosures, it looks like the trend is over in the Washington, D.C. area. More homeowners are getting an unwanted notice that a foreclosure is looming.
Those victimized by the mortgage crises of the last few years may be entitled to some money from a multi-billion dollar national settlement.
In the fourth quarter, foreclosure sales made up about 12 percent of all Maryland home sales. Foreclosure sales made up nearly 19 percent of all sales in Virginia.
Fewer foreclosures can still be a bad thing when many more are coming down the pike.