Foreclosure Trends and RealtyStore Reviews for Local Markets
Foreclosure Trends and RealtyStore Reviews
Stay on top of the latest trends in the foreclosure and real estate markets across the country. By analyzing the vast foreclosure information gathered regularly from thousands of sources, RealtyStore produces Foreclosure Trends reports for counties and metro-markets across the entire U.S. These reports of local foreclosure listings and their related information help you create your own foreclosure market intelligence by identifying trends, patterns and market forces shaping your local housing market.
Keep your finger on the pulse of your local market. Take a closer look at other markets in your region to see how the foreclosure listings in your market compare with activity for REO properties and government repossessed homes in nearby areas. RealtyStore reviews Foreclosure Trends, then investigates and reports on local inventory levels, pricing and projections to give you an edge in your search for opportunities to acquire below market priced real estate.
Foreclosure Listings Data Made Understandable
RealtyStore reports its Foreclosure Reviews for the top counties in the U.S. on quarterly basis. Check back frequently to see the latest Foreclosure Trends in your market. * Follow this link for Realtystore.com reviews by our customers.
Foreclosure Trends by Number
Monitor foreclosure trends by state with RealtyStore's foreclosure index. Our foreclosure index indicates the level of foreclosure activity in each state. Simply select your state and compare how the foreclosure index has changed from one period of time to another. If an index is moving higher, foreclosure trends will show increased foreclosure activity in that state.
Keep tabs on how foreclosure activity is behaving in your preferred state. You can use your market knowledge to develop buyer's leverage and negotiate a great deal in purchasing a foreclosed house. Note that it takes time to compile the data for the foreclosure index. The foreclosure trends will typically report readings that are one calendar quarter (90-days) behind the current quarter.