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The mortgage crisis hit home sales hard, and it could do the same for homeowners.
While home sales were up in September, the number of foreclosures has soared in the month since.
As a result, some home owners are seeing an increase in their payments.
But how to prepare for this increase in payments?
Here’s what you need to know.
Read moreThe U.S. Census Bureau said that as of December 31, a total of 8.8 million Americans had filed for mortgage-related bankruptcy.
That’s up from 7.6 million in the prior month.
The number of homeowners in that category has doubled since the end of August, to 9.2 million, the Census Bureau reported.
While the number has risen, the actual number of bankruptcy filings has stayed the same.
About 10% of all Americans have filed for bankruptcy.
In September, that number was closer to 10%.
So what does that mean?
The number of homes in foreclosure rose in September.
This increase is the result of a number of factors, including rising credit card interest rates and the impact of higher unemployment, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said that the number for the September quarter increased by 0.2%.
But this increase doesn’t necessarily mean that the economy has started to rebound.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis, a part of the Federal Government, said that there was no discernible increase in home prices.
The median price of a home in September was $324,900, up from $300,600 a year ago.
The average price for a home is $258,000.
But the average price of homes nationwide is up by only 3.2% over the past year.
In the meantime, the median price is up 1.7% over last year, according the data.
The number for a second-generation home has also risen.
According to data released by the National Association of Realtors, home values have increased 1.2 percent over the last 12 months.
But that increase is not necessarily reflected in the increase in homes being foreclosed on.
The mortgage crisis impacted all Americans, but the housing market in many states was especially hard hit.
The Great Recession hit the most vulnerable in the country, including low-income homeowners.
Many states had an especially high foreclosure rate.
For instance, California had the highest foreclosure rate in the nation at almost 8%.
States that experienced a large number of foreclosure filings were Florida, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, and Illinois.
Florida saw more than 50,000 foreclosings in September alone, the most since December.
The foreclosure crisis hit Florida hard.
According a recent study by the Miami Herald, the Florida foreclosure rate was the highest in the U.P. since the Great Depression.
As of November 29, there were nearly 1.5 million Florida homes that were foreclosed.
That number is up from 1.3 million a year earlier.
According to the Bureau of Real Estate and Urban Research, Florida saw an increase of 2,000 homes per day in September over the previous month.
Florida is home to one of the most diverse counties in the United States.
Florida has more than 8 million people, which makes it the fifth most diverse state.
In fact, Florida has a population of over 3 million people.
But despite the state’s diversity, many of the areas where Florida had the most forecloses are not far from the coast.
In particular, Florida is in the path of Hurricane Irma.
The storm is expected to hit the Florida Keys on Wednesday and hit Florida on Thursday.
The Great Recession had an impact on many states that had a large percentage of the nation’s homeownership.
The housing market is expected for a big rebound in the next several months, but there are still many areas where the economy could be negatively affected by the foreclosure crisis.
The data for the states in the chart below shows the percentage of homeownership for each of those states.