June 9, 2009

American Foreclosures, Inc Provides foreclosure data to the New York Times

Don’t forget to check our American Foreclosures, Inc’s New York Times article.  In it we provide data about the foreclosure market in the New Jersey tri-state area.

Bergenfield, NJ –  June 9th, 2009 – American Foreclosures, Inc.,  is announcing featured foreclosure information provided to the New York Times in a full length article, .   American Foreclosures, Inc. offers updated foreclosure listings including bank owned homes (REOS), and government owned homes.  American Foreclosures, Inc. is the publisher of , a NJ pre-foreclosure listing website also featured in the New York Times article.
Certain New Jersey counties have been harder hit by foreclosure than others and the local population is feeling the pressure of the mortgage crisis.  More than half of New Jersey’s counties have the highest foreclosure rate in the region.  Sub-prime home lending success and failure was shown to be linked to different ethnic groups in the area.

The foreclosure meltdown has been attributed to events ranging from Wall Street woes to the sub-prime crisis. Minority borrowers were caught in the housing bubble as mortgage fraud ran rampant in the sub-prime lending market.  The Obama administration has begun to tackle the crisis with the two month old Making Home Affordable program aimed at rescuing struggling, eligible borrowers.

For additional information about American Foreclosures, Inc. contact Joseph Fanning at or you can visit and
About American Foreclosures, Inc. –  was founded in 1992 as a monthly listing service; a resource for home buyers and real estate investors, providing pre-foreclosure and bank foreclosure listings of distressed properties in New York & New Jersey.
About – is a product of American Foreclosures, Inc.  Created in 1999,  answers an increasing need for real estate professionals, real estate investors, and home buyers to locate current, dependable, and inexpensive leads with the ease of access that the internet provides.


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