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"Queens County reported the highest level of foreclosure activity through September 2013, up 61 percent from the same time period last year. Default notices in particular were up 71 percent, while auction notices increased 24 percent and bank-owned (REO) properties increased 26 percent from the previous year."
Foreclosures in the ultra-high-end housing market – homes worth $5 million or more – have skyrocketed 61 percent over last year. That growth bucks the trend: Overall foreclosures are down 23 percent, according to a new report from Irvine, Calif.-based real estate information site RealtyTrac. Until lately, that is.
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Ultra High-End Foreclosures Are Up 61% in 2013 "Overall U.S. foreclosure activity is down 23 percent through October 2013, but foreclosure activity on homes in the $5 million-plus value range is up 61 percent from the same time period in 2012, according to a RealtyTrac analysis just released this week.
December 11, 2013 RealtyTrac: High-end Foreclosures Up 61 Percent. U.S. foreclosure activity is down 23 percent year-to-date through October, but foreclosure activity on properties valued at $5 million or higher rose 61 percent from the same period in 2012, analytics firm RealtyTrac announced Dec. 3.
Trulia ‘s Chief Economist reveals the latest milestone on Trulia’s Housing Barometer. The housing market is 61%. In May 2013, all three measures improved: construction starts and existing home.
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Foreclosure filings were down 28% from a year ago, but up 2% from the previous month. At the state level, Florida, Nevada, Maryland, Ohio and Illinois posted the highest foreclosure rates.
Foreclosures in the ultra-high-end housing market — homes worth $5 million or more — have skyrocketed 61 percent over last year.
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"A home selling for $5 million or above represents the ultra-luxury end of the market, and so far in 2013 we’ve had 34 properties close over that price with the average sale being $7.7 million.