Colorado Spring foreclosure rates decreased in January, according to CoreLogic.
The rate of foreclosure among all outstanding mortgages in Colorado Springs fell to 1.39 percent in January, according to a report from CoreLogic, a real estate market information and analysis firm. The rate is a decrease of 0.42 percent from January of 2011 when it was 1.81 percent.
Foreclosure activity in Colorado Springs is also significantly lower than the national average, where 3.6 percent of all outstanding mortgages go into foreclosure. Colorado Springs rate was also slightly below the Colorado average of 1.44 percent.
The city is also showing improvement among the percentage of mortgages 90 days or more delinquent. That rate fell from 4.44 percent in January, 2011 to 4.04 percent this January. While that rate is slightly higher than the state average, it’s well-below the national average of 7.24 percent.