Do you think that the governmental programs from the president are helping the economy to get better? Well, it seems like it has based on a study by Realty Trac. February’s forclosures have declined by 2% from the previous month but still 6% above the level reported in February 2009. This means one in every 418 U.S. housing units received a foreclosure filing in February.
I think we are heading in the right direction but I think it is still too soon to say that we are out of the woods.
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