Our beloved zip code is showing a sign of real estate stress. According to recent RealtyTrac data, there were 31 foreclosures which represented one foreclosure for every 595 homes. At the same time last year, we recorded one foreclosure filing for every 1,216 units in Montclair and Piedmont.
Last year, our foreclosure rate was a third of the national average and now we’re starting to catch up with the rest of the country. In November 2009, our 94611 zip code recorded only 0.08% compared to 0.24% nationally. This past month, we doubled to 0.17% while the USA decreased to 0.20% overall.
The somewhat good news? Current 94611 foreclosures fell well below numbers notched by Oakland and nearby neighbors. In November 2010, our 0.17% rate compared favorably to 0.47% for Oakland, 42% for Alameda County and 0.43% for the State of California.
Statistics here aren’t damned lies, and the percentages and numbers are still very small. For those 31 former owners of Montclair and Piedmont properties, however, this past year must have been rough going.
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Gee, I’m sure this enforced undergrounding scam is helping up Piedmont Pines’ foreclosure rate tremendously. At the very least, it sure is not helping.