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Foreclosures higher in Augusta metro in July

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Augusta-area foreclosures rose in July, according to an online real estate firm that tracks home foreclosure filings.

For the six-county Augusta area, there were 399 filings, up from 388 in June, RealtyTrac reported.

The number of filings increased in Columbia and McDuffie counties. There were fewer filings in Richmond County.

RealtyTrac said there were 308 foreclosure filings in July 2011.

Foreclosure filings – default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – were reported on 191,925 U.S. properties in July, a decrease of 3 percent from the previous month and 10 percent from July 2011.

In Georgia, there were 10,861 filings, a 10.6 percent decline from the prior month. South Carolina showed an 8.4 percent increase to 3,991 filings in July.

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omnomnom
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omnomnom 08/09/12 - 10:32 am
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Surely a sign of a healthy

Surely a sign of a healthy national/state/local economy. keep uh. doin' whatever, Augusta.

corgimom
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corgimom 08/09/12 - 10:58 am
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What ever happened to "we did

What ever happened to "we did well during the recession, much better than the rest of the country'?

It was economically depressed before the recession, still is, and still will be.

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