Florida remains tops in the nation for the highest percentage of distressed homes and the number of completed foreclosures, a new report has found. The state’s foreclosure inventory (properties in some stage of foreclosure) stood at 8.6% of all mortgaged homes in June, real estate data provider CoreLogic said Tuesday.
While that rate is down from a revised 8.8% in May and from 11.5%
Daunte Culpepper’s 2006 signing with the Miami Dolphins was so disastrous that the repercussions are still being felt. In a foreclosure case, the former NFL quarterback has lost a home he bought for about $3.6 million back when he was traded to the Dolphins. He surrendered the nearly 10,000-square-foot home to SunTrust Bank back in April in lieu of foreclosure, Broward County court records show, and the bank dropped its lawsuit against the three-time Pro Bowler earlier this month.