US foreclosures fall to lowest quarterly level since mid-2007

Julie C. Nichols General

CNBC/Reuters

The U.S. housing market is back on its feet, aided by rising home prices, steady job growth and fewer troubled loans.

More U.S. homeowners are also keeping up with their mortgage payments. March was the 42nd straight month where U.S. foreclosure activity dropped from year-ago levels.

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