Foreclosure notices in King County were up 27 percent and Snohomish County foreclosure finds grew up 8 percent. Since the amounts are so low, these gains look large in percentage terms, but in King County the increase represents only 20 foreclosures.
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In Snohomish County inventory fell month-over-month 15 percentage, and the growth hit a new one time album.
It’s the same story as a year ago: the amount of homes on the market is up dramatically, almost doubling from one year ago along with Home sales volume was. Foreclosures are still rare, although the number of notices did tick up somewhat month-over-month.
With November in the books, let’therefore take a look whatsoever of our ancient indicators for the month.
Deeds in Snohomish dropped 10 percentage month-over-month (versus a 14 percent decrease in exactly the exact same period a year) and were down 15 percent from a year earlier.
Then allow ’as measured by the Amount of all “ Warranty Deeds ” registered with King County s look at complete home sales:
Note that almost all of the graphs above are based on broad county-wide data that’s available through an easy investigation of King County along with Snohomish County public records. Drop a line in the comments and I ’ ll find out what I could do, In case you have additional stats you ’ d love to see in the trailer.
Here’s a look at Snohomish County Deeds, but remember that Snohomish County files Warranty Deeds (regular sales) and Trustee Deeds (bank foreclosure repossessions) jointly under the category of “Deeds (except QCDS),” so this chart isn’t quite as great a measure of vanilla sales as the Warranty Deed merely data we’ve got in King County.
This ’s the picture of the information as far back as if my historic information goes high, and low values emphasized for each show:
Hit the jump to the foreclosure charts.
The number of homes available on the market in King County dropped 19 per cent in October to November. Year-over-year listings are soaring, and up 111 percent from November 2017, another brand new all-time large year-over-year gain, easily besting the record of 86 percent which has been put only a month before.
Trustee Deeds were 52 percent from a year ago, into the lowest level since October 2003.
This ’another step of foreclosures for King County, looking at Trustee Deeds, that’s the type of record filed with the county once the bank repossesses a house . Note there are other ways for the lender to repossess a house that result in documents being registered, such as if a debtor documents a “ Deed and turns in the keys ”. ”