Where does the January 2020 Lee County Foreclosure Trends Report come from?
We download from public records and trend the data with Microsoft Excel. We have been doing this since 2007. This report has value because it is a leading indicator of bank-owned homes coming to the market.
January 2020 Foreclosure Report: Trends at a glance
- January 2020: 73 Mortgage related Lis Pendens
- December 2019: 74 Mortgage related Lis Pendens
- January 2019: 88 Mortgage related Lis Pendens
Certificates of Title:
- January 2020: 67 Mortgage related Lis Pendens
- December 2019: 53 Certificates of Title were conveyed
- January 2019: 77 Certificates of Title were conveyed
January 2020 foreclosure report: Last payment date by year of mortgage
|Year Mortgage Originated||Average Last Payment Date|
January 2020 foreclosure report: Average complaint amount
|Year Mortgage Originated||Average Complaint Amount|
|2014||$827,480 (big commercial present)|
- January 2020 is more of the same in relation to the foreclosure trend.
- 12 of the foreclosure filings appear to be a result of the Bertram Versus US bank decision due to the date of the last payment. That explains the increase from last month.
- The lack of Certificate of Title Growth in relation to the Lis Pendens filings shows that the market has improved to the point if you go into default. You can trade out.
- The institutional distressed market will continue to not be a primary driver.
- Most of the foreclosures appear to be smaller loan amounts. There is significant demand within those price points.
- Appreciation has slowed down since 2016. This is why the vintage of 2016 through 2018 has as many foreclosures. They can not trade out unless they had a larger down payment.
- The high average complaint amount for 2014 is because of a large commercial loan.
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The Southwest Florida Real Estate Investment Association is the leading source of SWFL real estate investing events that provide investment education and networking in southwest Florida. We analyze the housing market and foreclosures and provide information, education and networking events in order to build a network and knowledge base for investors and potential investors. Our members include real estate agents, brokers, investors, hedge fund managers, rehabbers, wholesalers and more.
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