Foreclosure Data

We all know the housing market has soured.  The following information, from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston illustrates just how bad it has gotten.  The data tracks housing foreclosures from 1990 through 2007.  It illustrates the last economic down turn in the early 1990’s.  Data for 2008 is not yet available, but all indications are that the 2008 numbers will rival that of 1993.

.                   Dennis           Yarmouth        Harwich    Brewster

1990            15/0.11%      15/0.10%       15/0.19%    9/0.15%

1991            37/0.28%      38/0.26%       19/0.24%    21/0.35%

1992            36/0.28%      46/0.32%       12/0.15%    28/0.46%

1993            59/0.47%      53/0.36%       21/0.25%    26/0.43%

1994            24/0.19%      37/0.25%       17/0.20%    26/0.42%

1995            26/0.20%      25/0.17%       13/0.15%    7/0.11%

1996            15/0.11%      13/0.09%       10/0.11%    8/0.12%

1997            12/0.09%      16/0.11%        7/0.08%     9/0.13%

1998            9/0.06%        15/0.10%        11/0.12%   3/0.04%

1999            4/0.03%        7/0.04%          5/0.05%     2/0.03%

2000            3/0.02%        8/0.05%          2/0.02%     1/0.01%

2001            2/0.01%        6/0.04%          3/0.03%     1/0.01%

2002            5/0.03%        2/0.01%          5/0.05%     0/0.00%

2003            2/0.01%        2/0.01%          0/0.00%     0/0.00%

2004            2/0.01%        2/0.01%          0/0.00%     1/0.01%

2005            6/0.04%        8/0.05%          2/0.02%     0/0.00%

2006            7/0.05%        12/0.08%        3/0.03%     1/0.01%

2007            15/0.10%      40/0.26%        12/0.12%   4/0.05%

You can find this data here

The following illustrate this data graphically.

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