New Research Points To Increase In Baltimore Foreclosures In 2012
Although it may be good news for those who are currently looking to buy a house, the recent reports of an increase in foreclosures in 2012 should raise some concern among those who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. The sluggish economy continues to take its toll on many homeowners, and we can definitely see this reflected in the most recent numbers. According to recent data from RealtyTrac, 125 of the 212 major metro areas across the United States saw more foreclosures in the first half of 2012 than they did in the last half of 2011.
Of the 20 biggest metro areas in the nation, half saw an increase in foreclosures in 2012, including New York, Tampa, Chicago, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. The Baltimore metropolitan area was among those that sustained the biggest surge in foreclosures, seeing an increase of about 21 percent. Tampa reported a surge of almost 47 percent more foreclosures.
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