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Texas Courts Received 10,545 Foreclosure Filings in the First Quarter of 2019 Alone

Counter to the national trend, 15 states posted year-over-year increases in foreclosure starts, including Florida (up 65%); Georgia (up 30%); Texas (up 27%); Louisiana (up 20%); Washington (up 12%); and Maryland (up 11%). Credit ATTOM

Counter to the national trend, 15 states posted year-over-year increases in foreclosure starts, including Florida (up 65%); Georgia (up 30%); Texas (up 27%); Louisiana (up 20%); Washington (up 12%); and Maryland (up 11%).

State Foreclosure Activity in Q1 2019

State Housing Units  Q1 2019 Properties with Foreclosure Filings  Foreclosure Rate (Housing Units Per Foreclosure Filing)  Foreclosure Rate (Housing Units Per Foreclosure Filing) % Change From Q1 2018
New Jersey 3,595,055 10,806   333   1 -29,77
Delaware 423,489 1,163   364   2 -11,83
Maryland 2,427,014 5,887   412   3 -6,35
Florida 9,259,684 19,011   487   4 24,46
Illinois 5,334,847 10,909   489   5 -12,62
South Carolina 2,229,324 4,104   543   6 -14,27
Connecticut 1,507,711 2,561   589   7 -6,94
Ohio 5,174,838 8,574   604   8 -19,96
Nevada 1,220,422 2,020   604   9 -14,66
New Mexico 927,790 1,245   745   10 -26,76
Pennsylvania 5,653,599 7,274   777   11 -18,67
Oklahoma 1,712,841 2,163   792   12 -17,57
New York 8,255,911 10,245   806   13 -20,18
Indiana 2,855,378 3,222   886   14 -36,49
Georgia 4,203,288 4,742   886   15 -13,26
North Carolina 4,521,697 4,878   927   16 -27,14
Alabama 2,231,126 2,361   945   17 -26,54
Texas 10,611,386 10,545  1 006   18 -1,78
Louisiana 2,031,064 2,014  1 008   19 -8,79
Massachusetts 2,864,989 2,749  1 042   20 -22,78
California 13,996,299 13,426  1 042   21 -12,07
Tennessee 2,903,199 2,745  1 058   22 -14,65
Maine 735,711   663  1 110   23 -6,22
Utah 1,046,597   937  1 117   24 -11,35
Virginia 3,466,921 3,037  1 142   25 -20,66
Rhode Island 466,670   408  1 144   26 0,00
Arizona 2,941,894 2,567  1 146   27 -41,62
Missouri 2,763,250 2,305  1 199   28 -20,08
Hawaii 535,543   443  1 209   29 3,02
Iowa 1,376,133 1,093  1 259   30 -37,72
Wisconsin 2,668,692 2,119  1 259   31 -21,40
Michigan 4,568,200 3,610  1 265   32 -13,43
Oregon 1,733,041 1,354  1 280   33 -17,89
Alaska 311,693   240  1 299   34 -35,83
Kentucky 1,965,202 1,387  1 417   35 -26,61
Mississippi 1,308,259   913  1 433   36 11,61
New Hampshire 627,619   429  1 463   37 -3,38
Arkansas 1,353,745   922  1 468   38 -15,49
Colorado 2,319,737 1,350  1 718   39 -7,15
Washington 3,025,516 1,718  1 761   40 -1,38
Nebraska 824,176   462  1 784   41 -31,35
Kansas 1,259,647   702  1 794   42 -25,00
Wyoming 273,088   151  1 809   43 -32,89
Minnesota 2,404,624 1,263  1 904   44 -33,56
West Virginia 889,277   303  2 935   45 4,12
Vermont 331,106   110  3 010   46 -12,70
Idaho 701,196   229  3 062   47 -33,04
Montana 501,099   148  3 386   48 -3,90
South Dakota 379,279   58  6 539   49 -23,68
North Dakota 360,660   52  6 936   50 -22,39
United States 135,387,687 161,875   836 -14,74

Source: ATTOM Data Solutions

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