The Union-Tribune has Dataquick’s June, and 2Q09, foreclosure data in this article:
Hopes that a recent rise in San Diego County home prices would signal an end to the housing slump were tempered yesterday when MDA DataQuick reported that foreclosures in June surged nearly 66 percent over the previous month.
The report also found that the rate of foreclosure continues to rise in higher-priced coastal areas, such as Point Loma, Coronado and Solana Beach. The bulk of foreclosures, however, continue to be concentrated in inland, entry-level areas, such as Encanto, Chula Vista, Otay Ranch, Spring Valley and North Oceanside.
DataQuick reported 1,630 countywide foreclosures for June, compared with 985 in May. It was the single greatest monthly increase since December 2007. However, the June count was down by 11 percent from a year ago.
For the second quarter of 2009, there were 3,518 foreclosures in the county, a 14 percent rise over the previous quarter but a 27 percent decline from the second quarter of 2008.
DataQuick tallied 3,436 June notices of default, which begin the foreclosure process. It marked a 12 percent increase over May and an 11 percent increase over June 2008.
In the article, they have a chart that ranks each zip code based on how it’s 2Q09 foreclosure data compared to the average of the previous four quarters. Nowhere do they mention that almost 3/4s of the zips had a decline in their quarterly foreclosure data, comparatively:
The U-T must be light on shock-value news today.