Chicago Foreclosure Trends for October 2014

In October, the number of properties that received a foreclosure filing in Chicago, IL was 9% higher than the previous month and 22% lower than the same time last year, according to

Chicago Foreclosure Activity

In October, the number of Auctions increased 17.0% from the previous month and 2.9% from the previous year. Bank-owned properties increased 2.67.5% from the previous month and dropped 36.2% from the previous year. Pre-foreclosures increased 4.3% from the previous month and dropped 32.1% from the previous year.

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Chicago Foreclosure Geographical Comparison

Chicago foreclosures were 0.05% higher than national statistics, the same as Illinois figures, and 0.04% lower than Cook County numbers in October.

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Chicago Foreclosure Status

The current distribution of foreclosures based on the number of active foreclosure homes in Chicago.

In October, Pre-foreclosures accounted for 37.6% of the foreclosures activity, Auctions accounted for 41.0%, and Bank-owned properties 21.4%.

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