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One-fourth of homeowners living there alone (access required)

More consumers are opting to live alone, with single buyers making up a quarter of all home purchases, according to the National Association of Realtors. In the U.S., there are 33 million one-person households, and living solo is becoming an international trend.

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Foreclosure activity down from last year, but Mecklenburg and York counties see month-over-month spike (access required)

Foreclosure activity down from last year, but Mecklenburg and York counties see month-over-month spike <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Although foreclosure activity in the Charlotte area has declined over the past year, it jumped up between July and August this year in Mecklenburg and York counties, according to a report issued by RealtyTrac.

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Millions of homeowners remain underwater on mortgages (access required)

As of Sept. 1, 10.7 million residential homeowners in the U.S. are deeply underwater on their mortgages and another 8.3 million homeowners are just about staying afloat. According to a report released on Wednesday by RealtyTrac, an Irvine, Calif.-based real estate analytics firm, the 10.7 million homeowners who are deeply underwater to begin this month – meaning they owe 25 percent or more on their mortgage than what their home is worth – is down from the 11.3 million deeply underwater homeowners reported in May.

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Distressed: A look back some of the area’s biggest commercial foreclosures of 2011 (access required)

At the end of last year, RealtyTrac, the Irvine, Calif.-based company that the media frequently rely on for foreclosure data, released its report on 2010. For those who don’t like it when foreclosures are up, it was bad news; one in every 50 homes in the Charlotte metropolitan area had foreclosure filings started against them in 2010, an increase of more than 37 percent over 2009.

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