Foreclosure filings surge in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut after Hurricane Sandy

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Foreclosure filings surge in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut after Hurricane Sandy

Foreclosure filings surge in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut after Hurricane Sandy

Talk about putting salt on the wound.


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Foreclosure filings surged in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut last month, even before those three states bore the brunt of superstorm Sandy that now has homeowners digging through the debris.

Default, auction and repossession notices increased 140 percent in New Jersey, 123 percent in New York and 41 percent in Connecticut from a year earlier, the biggest annual gains among U.S. states in October, RealtyTrac Inc. said today in a report. Foreclosed properties in counties affected by the storm were valued at $41 billion, the company said.

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One Response to “Foreclosure filings surge in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut after Hurricane Sandy”

  1. Elizabeth B. White says:

    I own a home in the Sandy affected area, I have a NY Rising application and was flooded on August 13-14, 2014 due to improper sewer piping. I was also dealing with the trauma caused by a repeat offender who ran me over as a pedestrian.

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