Multnomah County Foreclosure Reports July 21, 2017





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Labels 7.21.17Fred Stewart
Stewart Group Realty



Mulnomah County Foreclosure Reports for the Week of June 6th, 2017



Clackamas May 27th- May 31st 2017

Multnomah May 27th – June 1st 2017

Washington May 26th May 31st 2017

Yamhill May 27th – June 1st 2017



Fred Stewart
Stewart Group Realty







Jerry Wilson of Finance America Discusses Self Employed Borrowers


Jerry Wilson of Finance America  discussion how he approaches  helping self-employed borrowers that are seeking a new mortgage to purchase a new home or to refinance the one they are  currently living in.

Jerry Wilson
Senior Mortgage Adviser
Finance America
NMLS -267270
o: (503) 624-0596
c: (503) 312-3332
f: (855) 685-9408

Mulnomah County Foreclosure Reports for the Week of February 19th, 2017



Foreclosure Reports

Clackamas Feb 18th – Feb 22nd 2017

Multnomah Feb 18th – Feb 23rd 2017

Washington Feb 17th – Feb 22nd 2017

Yamhill Feb 18th- Feb 22nd 2017

Fred Stewart
Stewart Group Realty

Foreclosure Reports: February 2nd 2017









GaSsandra Carlson Mortgage Broker with Envoy Mortgage: Topic Credit Scores

Foreclosure Lists: Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill Counties



Clackamas May 25th – May 27th 2016
Multnomah May 25th – May 27th 2016
Washington May 24th – May 26th 2016
Yamhill May 25th – May 27th 2016

Copyright Stewart Group Realty Inc. Portland Oregon 2016

U.S. Foreclosure Increased As Bank Repossessions Rise

Hergenrother Realty Group

foreclosuresAccording to the U.S. Foreclosure Market Report released by RealtyTrac, bank repossessions rose again last month, driving overall U.S. foreclosure activity to a 19-month high on an annual basis.  The U.S. foreclosure rate in May was one in every 1,041 housing units with a foreclosure filing and a total of 126,868 homes across the country were at some point in the foreclosure process in May, up 1% from April and up 16% from the same time last year.

The increase in May was driven primarily by a jump in bank repossessions (REOs), which at 44,892 were down 1% from the previous month but up 58% from a year ago, and a 5% year-over-year increase in scheduled foreclosure auctions. The foreclosure activity includes foreclosure notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions.

Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President said “May foreclosure numbers are a classic good news-bad news scenario, with the number of homeowners…

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Good News for ‘Typical’ Home Buyers

Investment Purchases

(Above is a map detailing the investment purchases in 2014 by region.)

In a speech delivered earlier this year, Secretary for HUD Julián Castro, called 2015 “A Year of Housing Opportunity”. A recent report by The National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that investment home sales decreased 7.4% in 2014 to an estimated 1.02 million.

What does this mean for the ‘typical’ homebuyer?

Lawrence Yun, NAR’s Chief Economist gave some insight:

“Despite strong rental demand in many markets, investment property sales have declined four consecutive years to their lowest share since 2010 as rising home prices and fewer distressed properties coming onto the market have further reduced the number of bargains available to turn into profitable rentals.”

This is great news for the housing market. If fewer properties are being sold to investors, they are instead being sold to American families who are entering the housing market in droves.


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