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研究:美银行法拍屋降至2005年来最低点

更新时间:2017/5/12 10:12:01 来源:本站原创 作者:佚名

Housing foreclosure activity in the United States dropped to the lowest level since 2005 last month, according to a business research group.

据一个商业研究机构的报告,美国住房的法拍活动已降至2005年来的最低水平。

ATTOM Data Solutions tracks default notices, auctions, and bank repossessions across the nation and says the number of actions dropped 23 percent from a year ago. That means more than 77,000 homeowners missed payments and banks took some kind of action to try to get their loans repaid.

跟踪全美各地违约通知、拍卖和银行收回等活动的房地产数据提供商ATTOM Data Solutions表示,这些活动的数量比一年前降低了百分之23,这意味着有7万7千多名房屋所有者没有按期支付房贷,银行采取了某种措施让他们的欠贷能够还上。

Severe problems in the U.S. housing market, and sales of securities backed by sometimes faulty mortgages, played a key role in the financial crisis, which is one reason that investors and economists watch the housing market closely.

美国房屋市场的严重问题,以及由有时存在问题的房贷支撑下的证券销售,在金融危机中起了推波助澜的作用。这就是为什么投资者和经济学家如此密切关注房屋市场的原因。

Seattle, Washington was the city that did the best in this study, with the number of foreclosure notices dropping 38 percent from the same time a year ago. Atlantic City, New Jersey had the worst foreclosure problem in this study, with one out of every 237 housing units getting a notice of some kind.

华盛顿州西雅图市在此项研究中表现最佳,法拍屋通知的数量比一年前降低了百分之38;而新泽西州大西洋城法拍问题最严重,每237座住房单位就有一个接到某种通知。

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