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Foreclosure filings - default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions - were reported on 1,361,795 properties in 2013, down 26 percent from 2012 and down 53 percent from the peak of 2.9 million properties with foreclosure filings in 2010. The 1.4 million total properties with foreclosure filings in 2013 was the lowest annual total since 2007, when there were 1.3 million properties with foreclosure filings.

Foreclosures Fell to Seven Year Low Last Year

Foreclosure filings – default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – were reported on 1,361,795 properties in 2013, down 26 percent from 2012 and down 53 percent from the peak of 2.9 million properties with foreclosure filings in 2010. The 1.4 million total properties with foreclosure filings in 2013 was the lowest annual total since 2007, when there were 1.3 million properties with foreclosure filings.

RealtyTrac’s Year-End 2013 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report also shows that 1.04 percent of U.S. housing units (one in every 96) had at least one foreclosure filing during the year, down from 1.39 percent of housing units in 2012 and down from a peak of 2.23 percent of housing units in 2010.

Other findings from the report:

  • States with the highest foreclosure rates in 2013 were Florida (3.01 percent of all housing units with a foreclosure filing), Nevada (2.16 percent), Illinois (1.89 percent), Maryland (1.57 percent), and Ohio (1.53 percent).
  • Total foreclosure activity in 2013 increased in 10 states in 2013 compared to 2012, including Maryland (up 117 percent), New Jersey (up 44 percent), New York (up 34 percent), Connecticut (up 20 percent), Washington (up 13 percent), and Pennsylvania (up 13 percent).
  • Scheduled judicial foreclosure auctions (NFS) increased 13 percent in 2013 compared to 2012 to the highest level since 2010. NFS were the only foreclosure document type among the five tracked by RealtyTrac to post an increase nationwide in 2013 compared to 2012.
  • States with big increases in scheduled judicial foreclosure auctions included Maryland (up 107 percent), New Jersey (64 percent), Connecticut (up 55 percent), Florida (up 53 percent), Pennsylvania (up 24 percent), and New York (up 15 percent).
  • The average estimated value of a property receiving a foreclosure filing in 2013 was $191,693 at the time of the foreclosure filing, up 1 percent from the average value in 2012, and the average estimated market value of properties that received foreclosure filings in 2013 has increased 10 percent since the foreclosure notice was filed.
  • The average time to complete a foreclosure nationwide in the fourth quarter increased 3 percent from the previous quarter to a record-high 564 days. States with the longest time to foreclose were New York (1,029 days), New Jersey (999 days) and Florida (944 days).
  • Including the 2013 numbers, over the past eight years 10.9 million U.S. properties have started the foreclosure process and 5.6 million have been repossessed by lenders through foreclosure.

“Millions of homeowners are still living in the shadow of the massive foreclosure crisis that the country experienced over the past eight years since the housing price bubble burst – both in the form of homes lost to directly to foreclosure as well as home equity lost as a result of a flood of discounted distressed sales,” said Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac. “But the shadow cast by the foreclosure crisis is shrinking as fewer distressed properties enter foreclosure and properties already in foreclosure are poised to exit in greater numbers in 2014 given the greater numbers of scheduled foreclosure auctions in 2013 in judicial states – which account for the bulk of U.S. foreclosure inventory.

“The push to schedule these auctions is certainly coming at an opportune time for the foreclosing lenders,” Blomquist added. “There is unprecedented demand from institutional investors willing to pay with cash to buy at the foreclosure auction, helping to raise the value of properties with a foreclosure filing in 2013 by an average of 10 percent nationwide.”

“Since the Ohio housing market is still experiencing low inventory availability, we have noticed that foreclosure properties are being bought much faster than usual,” said Michael Mahon, Executive Vice President/Broker at HER Realtors, covering the Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus markets. “The number of days foreclosure inventory spends on the market is at an all-time low, so when these foreclosed properties are released into the market we are seeing multiple offer situations that often drive the price up over the original asking price.”

“We continue to experience a decline in foreclosures in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa markets,” said Sheldon Detrick, CEO of Prudential Detrick/Alliance Realty covering the Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK markets. “Year-end foreclosure activity is down compared to 2012, and we are looking forward to home equity appreciation and a strong, spring market.”

A total of 747,728 U.S. properties started the foreclosure process in 2013, down 33 percent from 2012 to the lowest annual total since RealtyTrac began reporting on foreclosure starts in 2006, but 13 states bucked the downward trend, including Maryland (up 194 percent from 2012), Arkansas (up 64 percent from 2012), New Jersey (up 54 percent from 2012), Connecticut (up 47 percent from 2012), New York (up 42 percent from 2012), and Nevada (up 21 percent from 2012).

Foreclosure starts decreased in 2013 compared to 2012 in 37 states. States with the significant decreases in foreclosure starts included California (down 60 percent from 2012), Arizona (down 59 percent from 2012), Colorado (down 58 percent from 2012), Georgia (down 47 percent from 2012) and Michigan (down 42 percent from 2012) – all non-judicial states.

Foreclosure starts in some non-judicial states turned the corner and headed lower in 2013: Florida (down 31 percent from 2012), Illinois (down 41 percent from 2012), Ohio (down 28 percent from 2012), and South Carolina (down 24 percent from 2012).

U.S. foreclosure starts in December decreased 1 percent from the previous month and were down 28 percent from a year ago, but 25 states posted a month-over-month increase in foreclosure starts during the month, including some non-judicial states: Oregon (52 percent increase), California (19 percent increase), Arizona (13 percent increase), Georgia (10 percent increase), and Virginia (9 percent increase).

A total of 462,970 U.S. properties were repossessed by lenders (REO) in 2013, down 31 percent from 2012 to the lowest level since 2007, but 12 states bucked the downward trend, including Maryland (up 57 percent), Arkansas (43 percent), Washington (up 30 percent), New York (up 28 percent), Oklahoma (up 26 percent), and Connecticut (up 15 percent).

Bank repossessions (REO) decreased in 2013 compared to 2012 in 38 states. States with the significant decreases included California (down 60 percent), Texas (down 56 percent), Arizona (down 52 percent), Georgia (down 50 percent), Michigan (down 47 percent), and Illinois (down 33 percent).

U.S. REO activity in December increased 4 percent from the previous month but was still down 40 percent from a year ago – the 13th consecutive month where U.S. REOs have decreased annually. REO activity in December decreased from a year ago in 41 states, but 25 states posted an increase in REO activity from the previous month, including Texas (57 percent increase), Arizona (39 percent increase), Virginia (37 percent increase), Nevada (30 percent increase), and Michigan (27 percent increase).

More than 3 percent of Florida housing units (3.01 percent, or one in 33) had at least one foreclosure filing in 2013, the nation’s highest state foreclosure rate for the year. A total of 269,649 Florida properties had a foreclosure filing during the year, a 3 percent decrease from 2012 but still up 48 percent from 2011. Florida foreclosure activity in 2013 was down 48 percent from the peak of 516,711 Florida properties with foreclosure filings in 2009.

With 2.16 percent of housing units (one in 46) with a foreclosure filing in 2013, Nevada posted the nation’s second highest state foreclosure rate for the year despite a 21 percent decrease in foreclosure activity compared to 2012. A total of 25,058 Nevada housing units had a foreclosure filing during the year, down 78 percent from a peak of 112,097 properties with foreclosure filings in 2009.

A total of 99,666 Illinois properties had at least one foreclosure filing in 2013, down 27 percent from 2012 but still enough to give the state the nation’s third highest foreclosure rate: 1.89 percent of housing units (one in 53) with a foreclosure filing.

Maryland foreclosure activity in 2013 increased 117 percent from 2012 – one of only 10 states where total foreclosure activity increased from 2012 to 2013 – boosting the state’s foreclosure rate to fourth highest for the year. A total of 37,186 Maryland properties had a foreclosure filing in 2013, 1.57 percent of all housing units (one in every 64). Maryland foreclosure activity in 2013 was still down 14 percent from the peak of 43,248 properties with foreclosure filings in 2009.

Other states with foreclosure rates among the nation’s 10 highest in 2013 were Ohio (1.53 percent of housing units with a foreclosure filing), Georgia (1.40 percent), Connecticut (1.36 percent), South Carolina (1.36 percent), Arizona (1.25 percent), and Delaware (1.23 percent).

In December 2013, more than 1.2 million properties nationwide were in some stage of foreclosure or bank owned, down 19 percent from December 2012 and 44 percent below the peak of more than 2.2 million in December 2010.

Florida accounted for the biggest share of U.S. foreclosure inventory, with 306,018 properties in some stage of foreclosure or bank owned – 25 percent of the national total. Florida foreclosure inventory was virtually unchanged from a year ago, although down 18 percent from the peak of 371,216 in November 2010.

Other states with the 10 largest foreclosure inventories were California with 102,237 (8 percent of the national total), Illinois with 98,188 (8 percent), New York with 79,682 (7 percent), Ohio with 70,072 (6 percent), New Jersey with 52,511 (4 percent), Georgia with 47,765 (4 percent), Michigan with 40,648 (3 percent), Pennsylvania with 36,674 (3 percent), and Arizona with 35,817 (3 percent).

The average age of properties in foreclosure or bank-owned as of December 2013 was 45 years old nationwide, with the oldest average age in Massachusetts (73 years old), Rhode Island (71 years old), Pennsylvania (70 years old), Connecticut (70 years old), and New York (69 years old), and the youngest average age in Nevada (23 years old), Arizona (26 years old), New Mexico (28 years old), Texas (28 years old), South Carolina (29 years old) and Georgia (29 years old).

Among properties actively in the foreclosure process but not yet bank owned, 53 percent had been owned by the current owner between five and 10 years, while 19 percent had been owned between 10 and 15 years, 16 percent had been owned more than 15 years, and 12 percent had been owned five years or fewer.

Lenders with the most inventory of bank-owned (REO) properties – based on the name of the beneficiary listed on the foreclosure documents – were the government-backed entities of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), with a combined 41 percent of all REO inventory. Other top beneficiaries were Bank of America (11 percent of all active REO inventory), Wells Fargo (11 percent of all REO inventory), Chase (8 percent), US BankCorp (7 percent), Deutsche Bank (5 percent), and CitiGroup (4 percent).

Properties that completed the foreclosure process in the fourth quarter of 2013 took an average of 564 days to complete the foreclosure process nationwide, up from 547 days in the third quarter and the highest average time to foreclose since RealtyTrac began tracking this metric in the first quarter of 2007.

States with the longest average time to foreclose were New York (1,029 days), New Jersey (999 days), Florida (944 days), Hawaii (835 days), Illinois (815 days), New Mexico (697 days), and Connecticut (666 days).

States with the shortest average time to foreclose were Texas (175 days), Delaware (176 days), Virginia (198 days), New Hampshire (224 days), and Alabama (227 days).

A 6 percent annual increase in total foreclosure activity helped push the foreclosure rate in Miami to highest among metropolitan statistical areas with a population of 200,000 or more in 2013. A total of 96,710 properties had foreclosure filings in the three-county metro area during the year, 3.93 percent of housing units (one in every 25). Miami foreclosure activity in 2013 was up 44 percent from 2011 but still 44 percent from the peak of 172,894 properties with foreclosure filings in 2009.

Seven other Florida metro areas posted 2013 foreclosure rates among the 10 highest in the country: Jacksonville at No. 2 (3.32 percent of housing units with a foreclosure filing); Orlando at No. 3 (3.20 percent); Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville at No. 4 (3.16 percent); Port St. Lucie at No. 5 (3.06 percent); Tampa at No. 6 (3.06 percent); Ocala at No. 7 (2.96 percent); and Sarasota at No. 10 (2.42 percent).

The two other metro areas with foreclosure rates in the top 10 were Rockford, Ill., at No. 8 (2.59 percent of housing units with foreclosure filings); and Las Vegas at no. 9 (2.45 percent). Other metros with foreclosure rates in the top 20 included Chicago at No. 11 (2.40 percent); and Cleveland at No. 20 (1.81 percent).

Of the 209 metro areas tracked in the report, 51 bucked the national trend and posted increasing foreclosure activity in 2013 compared to 2012. Among these 51 were Baltimore, Md., (149 percent increase), New York (33 percent increase), Philadelphia (19 percent increase), and Washington, D.C. (14 percent increase).

U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – 2013 Totals

Rate Rank

State Name

Total Properties with Filings

%Housing Units

1/every X HU

%? from 2012

%? from 2011

U.S.

1,361,795

1.04

96

-25.85

-27.86

27

Alabama

14,290

0.66

151

-20.42

-13.33

41

Alaska

1,189

0.39

256

-26.92

-27.72

9

Arizona

35,094

1.25

80

-54.12

-69.21

35

Arkansas

7,786

0.59

168

69.30

1.31

16

California

136,042

1.00

100

-57.38

-68.22

22

Colorado

16,684

0.76

132

-53.97

-56.73

7

Connecticut

20,141

1.36

74

20.27

78.52

10

Delaware

4,949

1.23

81

14.56

-6.23

District of Columbia

151

0.05

1957

-9.58

-39.11

1

Florida

269,649

3.01

33

-3.43

48.19

6

Georgia

56,693

1.40

72

-46.32

-48.59

32

Hawaii

3,196

0.62

162

-12.53

-46.84

34

Idaho

4,085

0.62

162

-47.53

-64.42

3

Illinois

99,666

1.89

53

-27.04

-3.24

12

Indiana

31,703

1.14

88

-18.27

19.53

20

Iowa

10,757

0.81

124

-18.18

-20.47

40

Kansas

5,506

0.45

223

-38.56

-37.54

39

Kentucky

9,157

0.48

210

-9.73

11.18

26

Louisiana

14,089

0.72

138

-6.04

-9.23

19

Maine

6,037

0.84

119

123.01

53.34

4

Maryland

37,186

1.57

64

117.13

157.86

42

Mass.

9,742

0.35

287

-62.47

-57.13

17

Michigan

43,407

0.96

104

-43.41

-56.70

25

Minnesota

17,003

0.73

138

-32.63

-33.10

48

Mississippi

1,494

0.12

848

-56.99

-52.90

37

Missouri

14,471

0.54

187

-39.92

-38.55

49

Montana

429

0.09

1114

-70.29

-79.28

44

Nebraska

1,924

0.24

412

-48.69

-37.49

2

Nevada

25,058

2.16

46

-20.85

-65.60

24

New Hampshire

4,454

0.73

137

-36.41

-37.58

13

New Jersey

39,005

1.10

91

43.80

123.38

21

New Mexico

6,860

0.77

131

-27.04

-22.02

36

New York

45,906

0.57

176

34.03

75.89

28

North Carolina

28,470

0.66

151

-17.55

3.66

50

North Dakota

110

0.03

2868

-7.56

19.57

5

Ohio

78,488

1.53

65

-12.39

-1.18

30

Oklahoma

10,691

0.65

155

-13.98

-11.03

33

Oregon

10,299

0.62

162

-24.18

-54.21

18

Pennsylvania

46,646

0.84

119

12.51

43.87

23

Rhode Island

3,425

0.74

135

-14.72

-36.26

8

South Carolina

28,751

1.36

74

-19.20

-3.94

45

South Dakota

655

0.18

551

-26.07

-8.90

29

Tennessee

18,430

0.66

152

-28.05

-29.55

38

Texas

47,709

0.48

207

-41.45

-46.80

14

Utah

10,120

1.04

96

-23.70

-54.21

46

Vermont

555

0.17

579

56.78

267.55

31

Virginia

20,923

0.63

160

-22.81

-23.42

11

Washington

34,117

1.19

84

12.78

2.37

47

West Virginia

1,184

0.13

744

-13.26

35.47

15

Wisconsin

26,650

1.02

98

-29.60

-29.68

43

Wyoming

769

0.30

337

-21.69

-7.24

Foreclosure Starts & Completions by State 2013

State Name

2013 Foreclosure Starts†

%? from 2012

%? from 2011

2013 Foreclosure Completions (REO)

%? from 2012

%? from 2011

U.S.

747,728

-33%

-40%

462,970

-31%

-42%

Alabama

10,964

-18%

5%

5,486

-29%

-44%

Alaska

956

-30%

-42%

482

-20%

-42%

Arizona

23,447

-59%

-73%

18,369

-52%

-70%

Arkansas

5,370

64%

-34%

2,991

43%

-43%

California

82,270

-60%

-71%

36,877

-60%

-74%

Colorado

11,312

-58%

-63%

6,819

-54%

-67%

Connecticut

15,291

47%

76%

5,163

15%

53%

Delaware

1,999

-10%

-53%

1,335

-17%

-50%

District of Columbia

77

133%

45%

70

-42%

-64%

Florida

107,206

-31%

-15%

88,437

5%

30%

Georgia

39,504

-47%

-54%

25,453

-50%

-48%

Hawaii

2,437

-4%

-39%

458

-57%

-83%

Idaho

1,302

-55%

-81%

1,558

-32%

-63%

Illinois

43,873

-41%

-42%

29,727

-33%

-14%

Indiana

9,170

-27%

-14%

12,251

-10%

-4%

Iowa

6,259

-3%

174%

4,240

-16%

-18%

Kansas

1,963

-51%

-60%

3,081

-32%

-39%

Kentucky

4,407

-7%

31%

3,458

-26%

-13%

Louisiana

8,251

-8%

-25%

5,087

-9%

-27%

Maine

2,545

265%

112%

989

22%

-51%

Maryland

23,346

194%

266%

6,277

57%

2%

Massachusetts

4,240

-68%

-63%

3,231

-57%

-62%

Michigan

29,037

-42%

-47%

24,874

-47%

-55%

Minnesota

11,336

-26%

-25%

7,959

-44%

-54%

Mississippi

289

-74%

-84%

1,253

-54%

-43%

Missouri

8,970

-42%

-46%

8,648

-27%

-43%

Montana

91

-87%

-93%

356

-58%

-81%

Nebraska

1,032

-48%

-32%

910

-38%

-27%

Nevada

17,628

21%

-56%

6,444

-55%

-82%

New Hampshire

3,195

-29%

-38%

2,358

-35%

-34%

New Jersey

27,766

54%

170%

4,307

11%

19%

New Mexico

3,472

-48%

-46%

2,522

41%

5%

New York

39,521

42%

92%

3,240

28%

23%

North Carolina

9,290

-51%

-45%

13,012

-17%

15%

North Dakota

4

100%

-97%

67

-22%

-63%

Ohio

30,931

-28%

-31%

34,224

7%

24%

Oklahoma

3,838

-40%

-53%

4,291

26%

-23%

Oregon

6,604

-20%

-64%

2,019

-68%

-83%

Pennsylvania

20,598

2%

62%

11,745

6%

-7%

Rhode Island

2,522

12%

-37%

1,478

-20%

-42%

South Carolina

18,025

-24%

-21%

7,897

-22%

-8%

South Dakota

266

-31%

-34%

500

-12%

39%

Tennessee

8,046

-47%

-47%

9,109

-30%

-51%

Texas

41,266

-35%

-44%

17,768

-56%

-64%

Utah

5,872

-32%

-43%

2,621

-53%

-76%

Vermont

34

386%

183%

294

0%

110%

Virginia

17,178

-25%

-38%

6,788

-19%

-57%

Washington

22,923

-3%

5%

14,978

30%

-26%

West Virginia

254

5%

418%

961

-13%

-23%

Wisconsin

11,040

-42%

-44%

10,175

-30%

-21%

Wyoming

511

45%

651%

333

-43%

-57%

*Actual increase may be lower because of improvements in data collection

U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – Q4 2013

Properties with Foreclosure Filings

Rate Rank

State Name

NOD

LIS

NTS

NFS

REO

Total

1/every X HU (rate)

%? from Q3 13

%? from Q4 12

U.S.

22,121

84,298

65,732

73,030

107,733

352,914

371

-6.37

-29.90

25

Alabama

0

0

2,905

1

1,099

4,005

540

14.99

-26.13

40

Alaska

0

0

196

0

79

275

1,098

-16.67

-47.92

12

Arizona

0

0

4,482

0

3,851

8,333

338

-3.68

-53.34

36

Arkansas

0

0

872

0

725

1,597

820

-18.52

15.47

15

California

16,828

351

11,331

0

9,334

37,844

360

-8.01

-58.02

29

Colorado

1

0

2,474

0

913

3,388

649

-0.44

-64.33

8

Connecticut

0

3,545

0

558

1,454

5,557

267

-11.05

16.84

5

Delaware

0

581

0

540

647

1,768

228

15.63

83.78

District of Columbia

0

0

21

0

20

41

7,208

10.81

7.89

1

Florida

0

19,980

0

26,390

23,477

69,847

128

-1.49

-12.84

10

Georgia

0

0

8,007

0

5,353

13,360

304

-5.98

-45.43

37

Hawaii

0

409

20

56

116

601

859

-11.49

-12.26

22

Idaho

110

0

1,004

0

227

1,341

493

52.21

-37.57

3

Illinois

0

9,356

0

8,968

7,837

26,161

202

5.31

-28.66

11

Indiana

0

2,406

0

3,172

2,712

8,290

336

-18.38

-26.23

14

Iowa

0

1,790

3

965

1,023

3,781

353

35.71

-18.97

43

Kansas

0

222

0

286

448

956

1,286

-40.88

-62.86

38

Kentucky

0

786

0

843

559

2,188

879

-14.90

-17.15

20

Louisiana

0

1,042

0

1,935

1,246

4,223

460

1.96

1.69

21

Maine

0

1,237

1

77

215

1,530

469

-7.50

-12.22

2

Maryland

0

6,271

0

4,612

1,859

12,742

186

9.68

99.69

41

Massachusetts

0

702

0

995

717

2,414

1,160

-32.13

-60.77

19

Michigan

0

0

5,575

0

4,946

10,521

431

-13.57

-45.99

31

Minnesota

0

0

1,810

0

1,540

3,350

698

-28.11

-49.97

47

Mississippi

0

0

172

0

120

292

4,337

-19.78

-57.37

35

Missouri

0

0

1,422

0

1,911

3,333

811

-10.69

-40.01

49

Montana

0

0

33

0

27

60

7,971

-42.31

-72.60

44

Nebraska

163

0

13

0

208

384

2,066

-24.26

-46.81

4

Nevada

2,166

137

1,842

0

1,562

5,707

203

-36.82

-36.16

26

New Hampshire

0

0

614

0

479

1,093

560

-17.07

-36.23

13

New Jersey

0

6,957

0

2,128

1,324

10,409

340

-20.07

25.09

24

New Mexico

0

910

0

321

472

1,703

525

-32.31

-14.38

32

New York

0

9,490

0

969

776

11,235

719

-7.76

9.61

30

North Carolina

1,909

0

1,073

0

3,550

6,532

656

1.82

-30.38

50

North Dakota

0

0

0

0

10

10

31,519

-70.59

-9.09

7

Ohio

0

6,463

0

7,353

6,608

20,424

251

-10.04

-31.41

27

Oklahoma

0

716

10

969

1,187

2,882

575

10.46

-24.50

39

Oregon

0

197

166

765

555

1,683

990

-54.35

-17.34

17

Pennsylvania

0

4,365

0

6,435

2,904

13,704

405

-1.47

27.41

23

Rhode Island

0

0

576

0

334

910

508

-16.44

-17.42

6

South Carolina

0

3,982

0

2,495

2,060

8,537

248

13.15

-20.10

45

South Dakota

0

0

0

48

67

115

3,137

-12.21

-63.38

33

Tennessee

0

0

1,534

0

2,303

3,837

728

-7.14

-32.66

34

Texas

0

99

9,503

0

3,377

12,979

760

0.89

-32.53

9

Utah

944

0

1,945

0

603

3,492

277

2.98

19.79

48

Vermont

0

0

24

0

47

71

4,525

-48.18

-26.80

28

Virginia

0

0

3,864

0

1,514

5,378

622

-5.25

-16.88

18

Washington

0

0

4,023

0

2,784

6,807

420

-17.81

-42.01

46

West Virginia

0

0

57

0

181

238

3,701

-28.96

-11.52

16

Wisconsin

0

2,304

1

2,149

2,314

6,768

386

-12.70

-33.26

42

Wyoming

0

0

159

0

59

218

1,191

-7.23

36.25

U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – December 2013

Properties with Foreclosure Filings

Rate Rank

State Name

NOD

LIS

NTS

NFS

REO

Total

1/every X HU (rate)

%? from Nov 13

%? from Dec 12

U.S.

7,014

27,178

24,087

25,442

31,621

115,342

1,136

1.66

-29.03

22

Alabama

0

0

979

1

396

1,376

22

-15.01

-22.91

42

Alaska

0

0

50

0

31

81

42

-31.93

-36.22

10

Arizona

0

0

1,700

0

1,407

3,107

10

23.34

-39.07

37

Arkansas

0

0

319

0

170

489

37

4.26

49.54

11

California

5,789

351

4,386

0

3,352

13,878

11

11.47

-53.62

36

Colorado

1

0

574

0

278

853

36

-18.92

-69.11

7

Connecticut

0

1,193

0

199

459

1,851

7

-4.14

41.19

14

Delaware

0

128

0

147

88

363

14

-56.73

-8.10

District of Columbia

0

0

8

0

9

17

142.86

21.43

1

Florida

0

5,223

0

9,521

7,140

21,884

1

-4.07

-17.69

8

Georgia

0

0

2,924

0

1,907

4,831

8

13.59

-31.19

33

Hawaii

0

144

11

26

34

215

33

-3.15

-43.72

28

Idaho

66

0

204

0

62

332

28

-27.98

-62.06

3

Illinois

0

2,906

0

3,761

2,071

8,738

3

15.70

-23.94

12

Indiana

0

907

0

1,016

746

2,669

12

-9.28

-35.20

17

Iowa

0

583

0

255

295

1,133

17

-26.14

-22.24

39

Kansas

0

89

0

139

177

405

39

26.96

-55.25

38

Kentucky

0

217

0

271

187

675

38

-5.86

54.11

23

Louisiana

0

272

0

580

340

1,192

23

-8.66

-23.44

15

Maine

0

522

1

53

67

643

15

19.07

51.65

2

Maryland

0

2,692

0

1,641

533

4,866

2

26.98

114.46

43

Massachusetts

0

116

0

232

210

558

43

-41.20

-53.69

16

Michigan

0

0

2,220

0

1,669

3,889

16

13.25

-37.16

31

Minnesota

0

0

600

0

421

1,021

31

-8.51

-57.28

48

Mississippi

0

0

38

0

23

61

48

-46.49

-72.52

40

Missouri

0

0

341

0

513

854

40

-34.00

-46.32

47

Montana

0

0

14

0

12

26

47

44.44

-63.38

46

Nebraska

0

0

6

0

39

45

46

-67.39

-84.04

4

Nevada

270

40

957

0

448

1,715

4

26.94

-49.62

24

New Hampshire

0

0

241

0

133

374

24

14.02

-7.65

9

New Jersey

0

2,842

0

763

381

3,986

9

58.68

185.53

25

New Mexico

0

305

0

62

165

532

25

-9.68

-42.98

32

New York

0

2,910

0

229

228

3,367

32

-17.11

17.28

34

North Carolina

581

0

440

0

748

1,769

34

1.84

-9.70

50

North Dakota

0

0

0

0

2

2

50

100.00

0.00

13

Ohio

0

2,038

0

2,000

653

4,691

13

-30.62

-56.74

27

Oklahoma

0

281

4

299

319

903

27

-16.85

-29.07

35

Oregon

0

31

86

402

168

687

35

30.11

14.69

19

Pennsylvania

0

1,289

0

2,290

915

4,494

19

8.73

27.71

21

Rhode Island

0

0

204

0

112

316

21

12.86

-1.86

6

South Carolina

0

1,295

0

847

632

2,774

6

-13.50

-11.37

44

South Dakota

0

0

0

26

25

51

44

21.43

-70.00

30

Tennessee

0

0

674

0

568

1,242

30

58.22

-15.16

29

Texas

0

19

3,422

0

1,301

4,742

29

10.98

-31.94

5

Utah

307

0

832

0

210

1,349

5

23.76

22.86

49

Vermont

0

0

4

0

4

8

49

-71.43

-76.47

26

Virginia

0

0

1,425

0

445

1,870

26

14.65

-22.92

20

Washington

0

0

1,356

0

739

2,095

20

-2.60

-55.37

45

West Virginia

0

0

16

0

54

70

45

-11.39

22.81

18

Wisconsin

0

785

0

682

717

2,184

18

0.05

-40.68

41

Wyoming

0

0

51

0

18

69

41

16.95

56.82

*Actual percent change may be different due to data collection changes or improvements

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