|Published:||Jun 16, 2011 10:20 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Jun 16, 2011 10:20 AM EDT|
New this morning foreclosure filings are picking back up in the state of Florida.
In fact 1 in every 461 homes got a foreclosure notice in May.
Only second in the nation to California.
Here in Southwest Fllorida the numbers break down like this.
A little over 1,700 homes received a notice in Lee County, 4th most in the state.
In Collier County roughly 1,200 homes received a notice.
Charlotte County fares much better, with only 214 homes getting a filing in the mail.
And in Hendry only 42 homes received notice.
The number of notices nationwide actually fell to it's lowest levels since 2006 but it has more to do with the banks lingering delays and a weak housing market.
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