In February, the number of properties that received a foreclosure filing in Greenville, NC was 8% higher than the previous month and 583% higher than the same time last year, according to RealtyTrac.com.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Status Distribution
The current distribution of foreclosures based on the number of active foreclosure homes in Greenville, NC.
Auctions were 34.1% of the foreclosure activity in February, Pre-foreclosures were 39.0% and Bank-owned properties were 26.8%.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity by Month
The number of Auctions increased 7.7% from the previous month and 250.0% from the previous year. Bank-owned properties increased 266.7% from the previous month and 450.0% from the previous year. Pre-foreclosures dropped 27.3% from the previous month and remained the same as the previous year.
Greenville NC Foreclosure Geographical Comparison
Greenville NC foreclosures were the same as national statistics, 0.01% below North Carolina figures and 0.02% below Pitt County numbers in February 2015.
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