There were 94 Greenville NC foreclosure homes in December, 2011, according to RealtyTrac.com. 1 in every 6,333 housing units received a foreclosure filing. The average sales price of a Greenville NC home was $137,667 and the average sales price of a foreclosure home was $74,677, a $62,990 savings.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity and 30 Year Interest Rate
The interest rate on a 30 year mortgage was 3.96% in December and there were 8 new foreclosures.
Foreclosure activity is based on the total number of properties that receive foreclosure filings – default notice, foreclosure auction notice or bank repossession – each month. Interest rate is based on the average 30-year fixed rate from Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Geographical Comparison
Greenville NC foreclosures were 0.14% below national statistics, 0.04% below North Carolina figures and the same as Pitt County numbers in December.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity by Month
Greenville NC foreclosure activity is falling. The number of Bank-owned properties stayed the same in December with 6 properties while the number of Auctions increased to 2.
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