Greenville NC Foreclosure Trends - April 2013

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In April, the number of properties that received a foreclosure filing in Greenville, NC was 58% lower than the previous month and 81% lower than the same time last year, according to

Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity and 30 Year Interest Rate

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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

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Greenville NC foreclosures were 0.09% below national statistics, 0.05% below North Carolina figures and 0.01% below Pitt County numbers in April 2013.

Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity by Month

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The number of Bank-owned properties decreased 68.4% from March 25.0% from April 2012. The number of Auctions remained the same as March and dropped 94.1% from April 2012.

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Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, Liz Freeman knows the Greenville, North Carolina area inside and out.  Most of her team members were born and raised in Pitt County, NC which has provided them with strong ties to the area, allowing them to become a successful Greenville NC real estate team.


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