Americans once again do not return home loans (namely, that the crisis hit in 2008). In July, banks took on 325,000 homes than in early summer. More than 225,000 of them have been put up for auction. Of the remaining spaces financiers evicted tenants.
Most properties of defaulters are taken banks in California. It is followed by Florida, Illinois, Michigan and Arizona. These states account for half of the cases of property loss in the U.S..
- Every seventh house in America is in a state transfer to the bank of non-payment of loan or close to it, - said Ellen Levy, a real estate group Remax. - Every fourth house is not worth the money that the bank has issued for its purchase. I sell real estate 30 years, but never the situation was not so terrible.