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El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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The following are the 10 most expensive properties sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Continue Reading El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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Report: Foreclosure filings down

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New foreclosure filings in Colorado fell more than 28 percent in the first half of 2011, according to report from the Colorado Division of Housing. There were just 15,348 foreclosures filed  in the state during the first two quarters of the year, which is lower than the 21,369 foreclosures filed in the first half of… Continue Reading Report: Foreclosure filings down

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Most expensive El Paso County foreclosures

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Following are the most expensive foreclosures in El Paso County for the week of Sept. 16. Continue Reading Most expensive El Paso County foreclosures

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Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures

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These are the top 10 foreclosures in El Paso County, according to the Trustee’s Office, for the week of Aug. 24. Continue Reading Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures

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Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures, Aug. 17

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These are the top 10 foreclosures, ranked by bid amount, sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Aug. 17. Continue Reading Top 10 El Paso County foreclosures, Aug. 17

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Borrowers who thought they could walk away from a foreclosure, dust off their jackets and pick up where they left off have been surprised to find their debt continues to haunt them. That’s because banks are pursuing the balance owed on a property after foreclosure sale. Before the real estate crisis, banks rarely claimed deficiencies.… Continue Reading Banks going after every last foreclosure penny

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Banks pursue deficiencies in foreclosures

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Borrowers who thought they could walk away from a foreclosure, dust off their jackets and pick up where they left off have been surprised to find their debt continues to haunt them. That’s because banks are pursuing the balance owed on a property after foreclosure sale. Before the real estate crisis, banks rarely claimed deficiencies.… Continue Reading Banks pursue deficiencies in foreclosures

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There’s a man who has been calling Judy Hardwicke, a deputy at the El Paso County Treasurer’s Office, for months asking why he keeps getting the tax bill for a property he lost in foreclosure more than a year ago. “I’ve been watching it since February,” Hardwicke said. “The foreclosure sale was in March, 2010.”… Continue Reading Tax bills mount when deeds aren’t transfered

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Commercial foreclosures, like a $1.5 million subdivision foreclosure in Fountain last week, are becoming less common, according to El Paso County Trustee Thomas Mowle. Fountain Valley Land and Irrigation Company Subdivision No. 1, better known as the second phase of the Countryside North development in Fountain, sold at foreclosure auction to Hillcrest Bank, which held… Continue Reading Commercial foreclosures less common, more expensive

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Colo. foreclosures drop 31.4 percent

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Foreclosures in Colorado dropped 31.4 percent in April, slightly less than the national average of 35.3 percent, according to RealtyTrac. That translates to one out of every 495 households in Colorado was in foreclosure during April, ranking it No. 9 nationally. The national average was one out of every 593 homes. The huge drops largely are… Continue Reading Colo. foreclosures drop 31.4 percent

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