DALLAS-FORT WORTH - The number of DFW homes threatened with foreclosure in February has dropped to the lowest level in more than a decade.
Only 1,233 homes in the four-county area have been scheduled for forced sale at February’s county auctions by lenders, a drop of almost 29 percent from February 2013 and 78 percent lower than four years ago, according to data from Foreclosure Listing Service Inc.
Home foreclosure filings are down by more than 25 percent so far in 2015 in North Texas.
Last year lenders scheduled foreclosures for than 18,500 DFW homes — 26 percent less than 2013 totals. Home foreclosure filings in North Texas were at the lowest level since 2001.
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