SAN DIEGO (DQNews) -- After dropping to a three-year low in the second quarter of this year, the number of California homeowners being pulled into the foreclosure process snapped back to prior levels over the last three months, a real estate information service reported.A total of 71,275 Notices of Default (NoDs) were recorded at county recorders offices during the third quarter. That was up 25.9% from 56,633 for the prior three months, and down 14.4% from 83,261 in third-quarter 2010, according to San Diego-based DataQuick.
California Foreclosures Return With Vengeance
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