With prices surging, the percentage of Arizona homes that are underwater has fallen dramatically since last year.Read More »
The number of Arizona homes in some stage of the foreclosure process continued to slowly drop in August.Read More »
Barack Obama's road to re-election is lined with lots of boarded-up homes.
Though the high unemployment rate dominates talk in Washington, for many 2012 voters the housing crisis may well be a more powerful manifestation of a sick economy.
A report by Arizona State University shows the foreclosure rate in the Phoenix area has continued to decline, but that the trend may not be sustained.Read More »
The bleakest year in the foreclosure crisis has only just begun.Read More »
As the Phoenix area’s crush of foreclosures has drawn national attention, routinely ranking that area among the most severely hit markets in the U.S., rural communities here have been quietly grappling with their own crisis.Read More »
The moratorium on foreclosures on homes belonging to families like the DeVolls could have a roller-coaster effect on the Arizona housing market, where in September alone 17,117 homes — one in every 159 residential properties — were either scheduled for foreclosure or went through one, placing the state as second in the nation in the foreclosure rate.Read More »
As calls for a moratorium on foreclosures and sales of foreclosed homes continue to grow, so do the calls for it to be as short as possible to avoid hindering a housing market still trying to recover.Read More »