U.S. foreclosure filings fell last month to the lowest level in three years as lenders under legal scrutiny struggled to process a backlog. RealtyTrac Inc. said. A total of 225,101 U.S. properties.
· Foreclosure filings in October rose 7 percent from the previous month, RealtyTrac said Thursday.. for Third Straight Month. in Foreclosure, from the previous month, but was still down.
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By J.W. ELPHINSTONE AP Real Estate Writer NEW YORK (AP) – The number of homeowners on the brink of losing their homes dipped in October, the third straight monthly decline, as foreclosure prevention programs helped more borrowers. But foreclosure filings are still up 19 percent from a year ago, RealtyTrac Inc. said Thursday, and rising job losses continue to threaten the stabilizing trend.
Home foreclosures set a record for the second straight month in. quarter and down from 16% a year earlier. These homes are often sold in short sales, where lenders accept less than the outstanding.
U.S. foreclosure filings dropped to a five-year low in September as fewer homes were on track to be seized by lenders. It was the second-consecutive monthly decline in filings, although there remains