Oklahoma ’s foreclosure rate ranked 30th among the states in June, according to RealtyTrac.
Oklahoma had 1,173 foreclosure filings in June, which was 53.5 percent higher than in June 2007 but 3.3 percent lower than the month before, according to RealtyTrac.
The changes almost mirrored changes in the nation as a whole, which had 53.3 percent more foreclosure filings last month compared with June 2007, and 3.4 percent fewer than the month before.
However, with one of 1,370 households with a foreclosure filing, Oklahoma ’s rate was well below the national average, which showed one in every 501 households with a foreclosure filing in June.
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