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Owners who missed a mortgage payment at 17-year low (8/9/2017)
The early-stage delinquency rate – those owners with at least one missed mortgage payment – is 5.2% in Fla., but that varies by metro. In The Villages, it’s 1.3%.

Housing crisis officially started 10 years ago this week (8/9/2017)
While trouble brewed earlier, the meltdown officially began when a French bank started blocking withdrawals from U.S. mortgage-debt hedge funds.

Fla. foreclosures down 56% in two years (7/20/2017)
ATTOM’s first half of 2017 report: Year-to-year, the Fla. foreclosure rate dropped 34%, and its No. 1 status a few years ago dropped to No. 7 this year. The state’s foreclosure process still takes a long time, however – an average 3.3 years.

Foreclosures plunge to lowest level since 2005 (5/15/2017)
ATTOM: Foreclosure filings – default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – are down 23% year-to-year and hit their lowest level since Nov. 2005

More owners gain equity but a few metros still at risk (5/4/2017)
ATTOM’s chief economist says the number of “seriously underwater” owners rose a bit since the last quarter, though it’s down year to year. He says the uptick in underwater homes comes largely from property located in coastal areas.

Borrowers lost homes to Ocwen, lawsuits say (4/21/2017)
The CFPB, Fla. and 20 other states are suing Fla.-based Ocwen Financial and halting certain operations for “numerous violations of Federal consumer financial laws.”

Foreclosures drop below ‘normal’ pre-recession levels (4/13/2017)
ATTOM 1Q study finds the foreclosure crisis isn’t only over, about half of all U.S. metro areas have fewer at-risk homeowners than they did a decade ago, and “the number of local markets dropping below pre-recession levels continues to grow.”

Homeowners find an equity bright spot (3/14/2017)
CoreLogic: 1M U.S. borrowers regained equity in 2016, and 63% of all homeowners saw their equity increase – but 1 in 10 Fla. borrowers are still underwater.