DURHAM – Foreclosures are surging in the Triangle as programs designed for homeowners to avoid foreclosure during COVID-19 have begun to end, a new report shows.
Foreclosures are up 150% in Durham County and 66.67% in Wake County from the previous quarter, information from ATTOM Data Solutions shows.
That’s compared to the national average of a 34% increase quarter-over-quarter.
Nationally, foreclosures increased by nearly 68% compared to the same period in 2020, the report from ATTOM Data Solutions found.
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