Foreclosure Update – June 2011

Notice of Default filings fell in May 2011 with a 4.0 percent drop resulting in the fewest foreclosure starts since October 2008 when SB 1137 resulted in a temporary halt in the Notice of Default process. More foreclosures were scheduled for sale at the courthouse steps in May with Notice of Trustee Sale filings up 16.6 percent from April, the first month-over-month increase this year. Notice of Trustee sales remain down year-over-year off by 9.0 percent. Cancellations of foreclosure sales dropped 24.3 percent compared to April after jumping 27.0 percent from March. Foreclosure sales on the courthouse steps were up from the prior month, with 3.4 percent more sales Back to Bank and a 4.1 percent increase in foreclosed properties Sold to 3rd Parties. The average Time to Foreclose continued a steady climb, increasing 10.3 percent to a new record of 344 days. Third parties are reselling inventory more quickly, with the Time to Resell down 7.6 percent month-over-month to 134 days, the fewest number of days since September 2010 — likely due in part to a lack of inventory throughout much of California.



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