Foreclosure filings— default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — were reported on 214,323 U.S. properties in 2020, down 57 percent from 2019 and down 93 percent from a peak of nearly 2.9 million in 2010, to the lowest level since tracking began in 2005.
According to ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released 2021 Rental Affordability Report, owning a median-priced three-bedroom home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 63 percent of the U.S. counties analyzed. The annual report noted this trend is occurring despite median home prices increasing more than average rents over the past year in 83 percent of those counties and rising more than wages in almost two-thirds of the nation.
Average Wage Below Level Needed To Afford Typical Home in the U.S.; Affordability Worsened in Fourth Quarter in 55 Percent of Housing Markets; Median Home Prices Up At Least 10 Percent in Most of Nation
ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its annual 2020 Grocery Store Wars analysis, which shows how living near a Trader Joe’s, a Whole Foods or an ALDI might affect a home’s value – as a homebuyer based on home price appreciation and home equity, or as an investor looking for the best home flipping returns and home seller ROI.
The key takeaways from ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released November 2020 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report revealed that foreclosure filings were down 14 percent from October 2020, Florida posted the highest foreclosure rate and greatest number of REOs, and while foreclosure starts were down across the nation, a few states did see monthly increases in November 2020.
10,042 U.S. Properties Received a Foreclosure Filing in November 2020, Down 14 Percent from Last Month; Florida tops out with the highest foreclosure rate, leading the nation in REO filings; Foreclosure Starts Uptick Monthly in Missouri, Indiana and Georgia
Buying a foreclosed home in the United States isn’t always as sweet a deal as it looks on paper. It could sit in a distressed neighborhood or come with a long list of costly repairs, not to mention old liens that the bank didn’t pay off before putting it up for sale.
ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released Q3 2020 U.S. Residential Property Mortgage Origination Report shows that 3.25 million mortgages secured by residential property were originated in Q3 2020 in the U.S. The report noted that figure was up 17 percent from Q2 2020 and 45 percent from Q3 2019, to the highest level in 13 years.
Lending Shoots Up Another 17 Percent in Third Quarter of 2020 As U.S. Braces for More Impacts from Coronavirus Pandemic; Dollar Amount of Home-Purchase Loans Spikes 35 Percent Over Second Quarter; Down payments and Mortgage Amounts Rise To New Highs in Third Quarter
Number of Zombie Foreclosures Drops 4 percent From Last Quarter; Percentage of Foreclosure Properties Sitting Empty Stays About the Same; Among All Residential Properties, Zombie Foreclosures Represent Just One of Every 13,100
ATTOM Data Solutions’ just released Q3 2020 U.S. Home Sales Report reveals that both the raw-profit and return-on-investment figures recorded from the typical home sale in the U.S. in third quarter of 2020, stand at the highest points since the U.S. economy began recovering from the Great Recession in 2012.
ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database and first property data provider of Data-as-a-Service (DaaS), today released its third-quarter 2020 U.S. Home Sales Report, which shows that profits for home sellers nationwide continue to hit high points despite the economic distress caused by the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic.
According to ATTOM Data Solutions’ newly released September and Q3 2020 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, foreclosure filings are down 12 percent from Q2 2020 and down 81 percent from Q3 2019, to the lowest level since ATTOM began tracking quarterly filings in Q1 2008. The reports shows there were a total of 27,016 U.S. properties with foreclosure filings in the third quarter of 2020.
ATTOM Data Solutions’ just released Q3 2020 Special Report, spotlighting the U.S. housing markets more or less at risk of an economic impact related to the Coronavirus pandemic, shows that pockets of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions were most vulnerable in Q3 2020, while the West and now Midwest fared less at risk.
ATTOM Data Solutions’ most recent U.S. Home Sales Report shows that homeowners who sold in the second quarter of 2020 had owned their homes an average of 7.95 years. According to the report, that number is up slightly from 7.85 years in Q1 2020, and nearly the same as the peak of 7.96 years in Q4 2019.
Median home prices of single-family homes and condos in the third quarter of 2020 are less affordable than historical averages in 63 percent of counties with enough data to analyze, up from 54 percent a year ago.
53,621 single-family homes and condominiums in the United States were flipped in the second quarter. Those transactions represented 6.7 percent of all home sales in the second quarter of 2020, or one in 15 transactions. That figure was down from 7.5 percent of all home sales in the nation during the prior quarter, or one in 13, but up from 6.1 percent, or one in 17 sales, in the second quarter of last year.