Monday, August 22nd 2011 10:27am
A Eugene company that tracks foreclosures across the state saw them drop again in July. Gorilla Capital says in July in Deschutes County, notices of default were down 22%. John Helmick with Gorilla Capital says these latest numbers are a good sign. “What I like is year over year all the numbers are going down. From July 2010 to 2011, its down 64% in Crook County, down 54% in Deschutes County and its down 78% in Jefferson. Of the 17 counties, where Gorilla Capital tracks foreclosures, 14 counties saw a decrease or no change in month to month foreclosure filings.