Where Do People Pay the Most in Property Taxes in 2022? The Tax Foundation says property taxes are the primary tool for financing local government as well as generating revenue in some states. In fact, they point out that, in FY 2020 alone, property taxes generated 32.2% of total state and local tax collections –
Zombie Foreclosures Inch Up in Q3, 2022 According to the ATTOM Data’s Q3 2022 Vacant Property and Zombie Foreclosure Report, there were 1.3 million (1,277,162) residential properties in the United States sitting vacant, representing 1.3%, or one in 78 homes, across the nation. The report also reveals that 270,470 residential properties in the U.S. are
Labor Day by the Numbers 2022 Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of Summer so here’s a quick infographic from WalletHub with some interesting & updated facts about the holiday. As always, have a Happy Friday…..and, of course, Have a Safe and Happy Labor Day Weekend!!! Hat tip to WalletHub. The post Labor
2022 Investment Property Stats & Tips A recent article on Bankrate says while the concept of investing might make you think of buying and selling stocks & bonds, you can also invest by purchasing an investment property to rent out or fix it up to sell for a quick profit. They point out that Census
Mortgage Delinquencies Decrease in Q2, 2022 The Mortgage Bankers Association is reporting that mortgage delinquency rates have dropped to their lowest level since 1979 (their survey’s inception). Their data show that the delinquency rate for mortgage loans on one-to-four-unit residential properties decreased to a seasonally adjusted rate of 3.64% of all loans outstanding at the
Six New England communities land on Realtor.com’s Hottest ZIP code list for 2022 “The 2022 list is dominated by places in the Northeast, many of them within striking distance of exorbitantly priced Boston.” The post Six New England communities land on Realtor.com’s Hottest ZIP code list for 2022 appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.