Vermont continues to have by far the lowest foreclosure rate in US

first_img          U.S.                    889,829       144    10.75     20.29      —  —-                    ——-       —    —–     —–       27  Alabama                   6,404       334    74.54   250.14*      —  ——-                   —–       —    —–   ——-      34  Alaska                      588       480     6.72     16.21      —  ——                      —       —     —-     —–       4  Arizona                  47,914        56    -2.45     28.70       –  ——-                  ——        —    —–     —–      23  Arkansas                  4,640       277     1.29     33.56      —  ——–                  —–       —     —-     —–       2  California              253,905        52     9.96     25.32       –  ———-              ——-        —     —-     —–       9  Colorado                 14,597       146    15.80    -10.08       –  ——–                 ——       —    —–    ——      33  Connecticut               3,028       475   -48.47    -38.77      —  ———–               —–       —   ——    ——      32  Delaware                    853       456     3.02     40.99      —  ——–                    —       —     —-     —–          District           of           Columbia                   991       287    18.40    -15.66          ———–                 —       —    —–    ——       3  Florida                 158,043        55    32.56     44.42       –  ——-                 ——-        —    —–     —–       7  Georgia                  31,292       127     9.38     12.75       –  ——-                  ——       —     —-     —–      15  Hawaii                    2,126       238    36.81    328.63      —  ——                    —–       —    —–    ——       6  Idaho                     5,100       124    18.80    144.49       –  —–                     —–       —    —–    ——      10  Illinois                 32,786       160   -15.86     21.93      —  ——–                 ——       —   ——     —–      13  Indiana                  13,869       200    11.33     -0.15      —  ——-                  ——       —    —–     —–      41  Iowa                      1,656       803     5.34     19.83      —  —-                      —–       —     —-     —–      35  Kansas                    2,435       501    -4.55     24.17      —  ——                    —–       —    —–     —–      40  Kentucky                  2,844       670   63.92*    55.07*      —  ——–                  —–       —    —–     —–      38  Louisiana                 3,286       566   66.72*    73.68*      —  ———                 —–       —    —–     —–      42  Maine                       829       840     6.83      0.48      —  —–                       —       —     —-      —-      17  Maryland                  9,320       249     0.33     -1.40      —  ——–                  —–       —     —-     —–      19  Massachusetts            10,778       253    31.55    -33.36      —  ————-            ——       —    —–    ——       8  Michigan                 33,813       134     1.90      2.88       –  ——–                 ——       —     —-      —-      18  Minnesota                 9,134       252    27.34     61.01      —  ———                 —–       —    —–     —–      43  Mississippi               1,475       851    92.06    117.23      —  ————-             —–       —    —–    ——      29  Missouri                  7,290       363    -0.01   -24.66+      —  ——–                  —–       —    —–   ——-      48  Montana                     151     2,884    -1.31    -55.06      —  ——-                     —     —–    —–    ——      45  Nebraska                    418     1,868    88.29    -67.19      —  ——–                    —     —–    —–    ——       1  Nevada                   43,695        25     5.81     77.21       –  ——                   ——        —     —-     —–      25  New Hampshire             2,048       290    -7.96     17.84      —  ————-             —–       —    —–     —–      24  New Jersey               12,524       279     6.96    -27.56      —  ————-            ——       —     —-    ——      31  New Mexico                1,999       431  144.68*    73.83*      —  ————-             —–       —  ——-   ——-      39  New York                 13,664       581    24.03    -14.73      —  ——–                 ——       —    —–    ——      37  North Carolina            7,619       541    27.24    -27.51      —  ————-             —–       —    —–    ——      49  North Dakota                 88     3,529   -27.27    72.55*      —  ————-                —     —–   ——   ——-      11  Ohio                     31,117       163    -1.51    -17.44      —  —-                     ——       —    —–    ——      36  Oklahoma                  3,056       531     4.95    -21.36      —  ——–                  —–       —     —-    ——      12  Oregon                    9,635       167    -8.65    109.05      —  ——                    —–       —    —–    ——      30  Pennsylvania             13,220       414    12.06    27.03*      —  ————-            ——       —    —–   ——-      22  Rhode Island              1,659       272    -3.04     -0.06      —  ————-             —–       —    —–     —–      26  South Carolina            6,799       297    -3.09   113.87*      —  ————-             —–       —    —–   ——-      46  South Dakota                160     2,233    66.67     72.04      —  ————-               —     —–    —–     —–      21  Tennessee                10,477       260     1.11  -12.75++      —  ————-            ——       —     —-  ——–      28  Texas                    26,816       352     6.16     -7.88      —  —–                    ——       —     —-     —–       5  Utah                      8,436       110    37.33    111.91       –  —-                      —–       —    —–    ——      50  Vermont                      14    22,245   -33.33    -62.16      —  ——-                      —    ——   ——    ——      14  Virginia                 15,417       212     4.70     8.75+      —  ——–                 ——       —     —-      —-      16  Washington               11,194       245    15.25     45.00      —  ————-            ——       —    —–     —–      47  West Virginia               341     2,589     1.79     74.87      —  ————-               —     —–     —-     —–      20  Wisconsin                10,058       255    12.88    61.83*      —  ———                ——       —    —–     —–      44  Wyoming                     228     1,063     5.07     43.40      —  ——-                     —     —–     —-     —–                      Properties with Foreclosure Filings                    ———————————–                                                  % Change % Change    Rate     State                      1/every       from    from    Rank     Name               Total  X HU (rate)   May 09  Jun 08    —-     —–              —–    ——–  ——-  ——-     *  Actual increase may not be as high due to data collection changes or       improvements    +  Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state       was discontinued starting in January 2009    ++ Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state       was discontinued starting in September 2008 U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – Q2 2009                            Properties with Foreclosure Filings                            ———————————–     Rate  State     Rank  Name            NOD      LIS      NTS     NFS      REO     —- ——-          —      —      —     —      —       24  Alabama                 2,716       787    38.08  250.90*      —  ——-                 —–       —    —–  ——-      36  Alaska                    210     1,344     9.95     9.38      —  ——                    —     —–     —-     —-       3  Arizona                16,834       158    -0.18    29.99       –  ——-                ——       —    —–    —–      22  Arkansas                1,667       772    -0.24    48.05      —  ——–                —–       —    —–    —–       2  California            101,045       132     9.54    47.15       –  ———-            ——-       —     —-    —–       9  Colorado                5,724       372    17.39    17.34       –  ——–                —–       —    —–    —–      46  Connecticut               227     6,337   -79.48   -86.01      —  ———–               —     —–   ——   ——      29  Delaware                  341     1,140   -11.66    59.35      —  ——–                  —     —–   ——    —–          District           of           Columbia                 417       682    39.46   -19.65          ———–               —       —    —–   ——       4  Florida                52,899       165   -10.24    31.10       –  ——-                ——       —   ——    —–       6  Georgia                14,024       282    33.36    60.94       –  ——-                ——       —    —–    —–      19  Hawaii                    706       718   -13.48   426.87      —  ——                    —       —   ——   ——       8  Idaho                   1,881       335    30.26   182.43       –  —–                   —–       —    —–   ——      11  Illinois               10,796       486    -1.33    32.35      —  ——–               ——       —    —–    —–      13  Indiana                 5,568       499    12.30    14.78      —  ——-                 —–       —    —–    —–      41  Iowa                      560     2,374   -11.81    31.76      —  —-                      —     —–   ——    —–      33  Kansas                    958     1,273     6.56    59.93      —  ——                    —     —–     —-    —–      40  Kentucky                1,129     1,688     4.73   54.45*      —  ——–                —–     —–     —-    —–      34  Louisiana               1,452     1,280   54.30*  148.63*      —  ———               —–     —–    —–  ——-      42  Maine                     292     2,386   -10.15     5.80      —  —–                     —     —–   ——     —-      21  Maryland                3,100       748   -12.40    71.84      —  ——–                —–       —   ——    —–      26  Massachusetts           3,221       845   -11.05     6.27      —  ————-           —–       —   ——     —-       7  Michigan               13,607       333    -2.04    13.16       –  ——–               ——       —    —–    —–      18  Minnesota               3,332       692    12.99    96.69      —  ———               —–       —    —–    —–      39  Mississippi               755     1,662    73.96   122.71      —  ————-             —     —–    —–   ——      27  Missouri                3,112       851    11.30   -9.85+      —  ——–                —–       —    —–    —–      47  Montana                    62     7,025    67.57   -34.04      —  ——-                   —     —–    —–   ——      45  Nebraska                  149     5,240   -11.83   -65.75      —  ——–                  —     —–   ——   ——       1  Nevada                 18,764        59     9.37   115.36       –  ——                 ——        —     —-   ——      37  New Hampshire             438     1,356   -39.75   -12.92      —  ————-             —     —–   ——   ——      25  New Jersey              4,333       808    -1.70   -13.34      —  ————-           —–       —    —–   ——      31  New Mexico                710     1,214   -10.80   89.33*      —  ————-             —     —–   ——  ——-      38  New York                4,850     1,637     0.52    -9.63      —  ——–                —–     —–     —-    —–      35  North Carolina          3,175     1,299    22.73    -8.37      —  ————-           —–     —–    —–    —–      49  North Dakota               32     9,705    39.13   190.91      —  ————-             —     —–    —–   ——      10  Ohio                   11,252       450    -0.95   -14.72      —  —-                   ——       —    —–   ——      32  Oklahoma                1,295     1,253    47.66    10.40      —  ——–                —–     —–    —–    —–      14  Oregon                  3,113       517     1.50    52.08      —  ——                  —–       —     —-    —–      28  Pennsylvania            4,941     1,109    12.91   21.70*      —  ————-           —–     —–    —–  ——-      12  Rhode Island              912       494   128.57    53.79      —  ————-             —       —   ——    —–      30  South Carolina          1,686     1,199   -45.47   58.61*      —  ————-           —–     —–   ——  ——-      44  South Dakota              113     3,161  197.37*  289.66*      —  ————-             —     —–  ——-  ——-      15  Tennessee               4,675       583    30.99   7.27++      —  ———               —–       —    —–    —–      23  Texas                  12,023       785    22.52     8.79      —  —–                  ——       —    —–     —-       5  Utah                    3,471       267    18.59   131.25       –  —-                    —–       —    —–   ——      50  Vermont                    11    28,312    83.33   -66.67      —  ——-                   —    ——    —–   ——      17  Virginia                5,188       631    -3.66   -1.27+      —  ——–                —–       —    —–    —–      16  Washington              4,678       587    22.05   70.61*      —  ————-           —–       —    —–  ——-      48  West Virginia             114     7,743    12.87    35.71      —  ————-             —     —–    —–    —–      20  Wisconsin               3,531       725     0.83   49.43*      —  ———               —–       —     —-    —–      43  Wyoming                    84     2,885     3.70     7.69      —  ——-                   —     —–     —-     —-       24  Alabama             0       0    1,966       0     750      —  ——-           —     —    —–     —     —      36  Alaska              0       0      165       0      45      —  ——            —     —      —     —     —       3  Arizona            12       0   11,263       0   5,559       –  ——-           —     —   ——     —   —–      22  Arkansas          143       0    1,062       0     462      —  ——–          —     —    —–     —     —       2  California     44,258       0   36,145       0  20,642       –  ———-     ——     —   ——     —  ——       9  Colorado            6       0    4,004       0   1,714       –  ——–          —     —    —–     —   —–      46  Connecticut         0      56        0     115      56      —  ———–       —     —      —     —     —      29  Delaware            0       0        0     235     106      —  ——–          —     —      —     —     —          District           of           Columbia         186       0      155       0      76          ———–       —     —      —     —     —       4  Florida             0  32,220        0  13,312   7,367       –  ——-           —  ——      —  ——   —–       6  Georgia             1       0   11,050       0   2,973       –  ——-           —     —   ——     —   —–      19  Hawaii            155       0      460       0      91      —  ——            —     —      —     —     —       8  Idaho           1,098       0      745       0      38       –  —–           —–     —      —     —     —      11  Illinois            0   3,648        0   3,998   3,150      —  ——–          —   —–      —   —–   —–      13  Indiana             0   1,776        0   2,282   1,510      —  ——-           —   —–      —   —–   —–      41  Iowa                0       0      266       0     294      —  —-              —     —      —     —     —      33  Kansas              0     215        0     491     252      —  ——            —     —      —     —     —      40  Kentucky            0     415        0     414     300      —  ——–          —     —      —     —     —      34  Louisiana           0     131        0   1,046     275      —  ———         —     —      —   —–     —      42  Maine               0      99        0     157      36      —  —–             —     —      —     —     —      21  Maryland            0   2,251        0     246     603      —  ——–          —   —–      —     —     —      26  Massachusetts       0   2,048        0     771     402      —  ————-     —   —–      —     —     —       7  Michigan            0       0    7,965       0   5,642       –  ——–          —     —    —–     —   —–      18  Minnesota           7       0    1,736       0   1,589      —  ———         —     —    —–     —   —–      39  Mississippi         0       0      441       0     314      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      27  Missouri            1       0    1,567       0   1,544      —  ——–          —     —    —–     —   —–      47  Montana             0       0        2       0      60      —  ——-           —     —      —     —     —      45  Nebraska            0     128        0       3      18      —  ——–          —     —      —     —     —       1  Nevada          8,726       0    6,252       0   3,786       –  ——          —–     —    —–     —   —–      37  New Hampshire       0       0      417       0      21      —  ————-     —     —      —     —      —      25  New Jersey          0   2,405        0   1,325     603      —  ————-     —   —–      —   —–     —      31  New Mexico          0     303        0     273     134      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      38  New York            0   3,614        0     756     480      —  ——–          —   —–      —     —     —      35  North Carolina    767       0    1,184       0   1,224      —  ————-     —     —    —–     —   —–      49  North Dakota        0       0        0      19      13      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      10  Ohio                0   4,121        0   3,981   3,150      —  —-              —   —–      —   —–   —–      32  Oklahoma          445       0      532       0     318      —  ——–          —     —      —     —     —      14  Oregon             36       0    2,125       0     952      —  ——            —     —    —–     —     —      28  Pennsylvania        0   1,945        0   2,020     976      —  ————-     —   —–      —   —–     —      12  Rhode Island        0       0       30       0     882      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      30  South Carolina      0     996        0     214     476      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      44  South Dakota        0      81        0      30       2      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      15  Tennessee           0       0    2,782       0   1,893      —  ———         —     —    —–     —   —–      23  Texas              13       0    7,668       0   4,342      —  —–             —     —    —–     —   —–       5  Utah            1,170       0    1,571       0     730       –  —-            —–     —    —–     —     —      50  Vermont             0       0        0       0      11      —  ——-           —     —      —     —     —      17  Virginia            7       0    3,531       0   1,650      —  ——–          —     —    —–     —   —–      16  Washington          0       0    3,642       0   1,036      —  ————-     —     —    —–     —   —–      48  West Virginia       0       0      101       0      13      —  ————-     —     —      —     —     —      20  Wisconsin           0   1,719        0     934     878      —  ———         —   —–      —     —     —      43  Wyoming             0       0       48       0      36      —  ——-           —     —      —     —     —     *  Actual increase may not be as high due to data collection changes or       improvements    +  Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state       was discontinued starting in January 2009    ++ Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state       was discontinued starting in September 2008 U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – June 2009                        Properties with Foreclosure Filings                        ———————————–    Rate  State    Rank  Name             NOD     LIS     NTS      NFS    REO    —- ——-           —     —     —      —    — A national rating firm has once again ranked Vermont as having the lowest home foreclosure rate in the nation, based on second quarter and year-to-date numbers. Vermont has both the fewest foreclosures over the first half of the year and the lowest rate as a percentage of housing units. Vermont’s rate of foreclosure has actually improved this quarter against both the first quarter of this year and compared to the first six months of last year. For the first six months, Vermont’s rate was one foreclosure for every 8,898 housing units. The worst states continue to be the Nevada (one in 16) , Arizona ( one in 30) and Florida (one in 33), as far as having the highest rate of foreclosure and Nevada, Arizona and Florida have the highest number of foreclosures. Vermont’s rate was nearly six times lower than the next best state, North Dakota (one in 1,553).RealtyTrac((R)) (www.realtytrac.com(link is external)), the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, today released its Midyear 2009 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, which shows a total of 1,905,723 foreclosure filings — default notices, auction sale notices and bank repossessions — were reported on 1,528,364 U.S. properties in the first six months of 2009, a 9 percent increase in total properties from the previous six months and a nearly 15 percent increase in total properties from the first six months of 2008. The report also shows that 1.19 percent of all U.S. housing units (one in 84) received at least one foreclosure filing in the first half of the year.Foreclosure filings were reported on 336,173 U.S. properties in June, the fourth straight monthly total exceeding 300,000 and helping to boost the second quarter total to the highest quarterly total since RealtyTrac began issuing its report in the first quarter of 2005. Foreclosure filings were reported on 889,829 U.S. properties in the second quarter, an increase of nearly 11 percent from the previous quarter and a 20 percent increase from the second quarter of 2008.”In spite of the industry-wide moratorium earlier this year, along with local, state and national legislative action and increased levels of loan modification activity, foreclosure activity continues to increase to record levels,” noted James J. Saccacio, chief executive officer of RealtyTrac. “Unemployment-related foreclosures account for much of this increased activity, and the high number of borrowers who find themselves owing more on their mortgages than their homes’ are now worth represent a potentially significant future risk. Stemming the tide of foreclosures is a critical component to stabilizing the housing market, so it is imperative that the lending industry and the government work in tandem to find new approaches to address this issue.”Nevada, Arizona, Florida post top state foreclosure ratesMore than 6 percent of Nevada housing units (one in 16) received at least one foreclosure filing in the first half of 2009, giving it the nation’s highest foreclosure rate during the six-month period. A total of 68,708 Nevada properties received a foreclosure filing from January to June, an increase of 23 percent from the previous six months and an increase of 61 percent from the first half of 2008.Arizona registered the nation’s second highest state foreclosure rate in the first half of 2009, with 3.37 percent of its housing units (one in 30) receiving at least one foreclosure filing, and Florida registered the nation’s third highest state foreclosure rate, with 3.08 percent of its housing units (one in 33) receiving at least one foreclosure filing.Other states with foreclosure rates ranking among the nation’s 10 highest were California (2.94 percent), Utah (1.46 percent), Georgia (1.42 percent), Michigan (1.34 percent), Illinois (1.31 percent), Idaho (1.26 percent) and Colorado (1.25 percent).California, Florida, Arizona post highest foreclosure totalsA total of 391,611 California properties received a foreclosure filing in the first half of 2009, the nation’s highest total and 2.94 percent of the state’s housing units (one in 34) — the nation’s fourth highest state foreclosure rate. California foreclosure activity in the first half of 2009 increased nearly 14 percent from the previous six months and increased nearly 15 percent from the first half of 2008.With 268,064 properties receiving a foreclosure filing in the first six months of 2009, Florida documented the second highest state total. Florida foreclosure activity in the first half of 2009 increased 7 percent from the previous six months and was up nearly 42 percent from the first half of 2008.Arizona’s 89,799 properties receiving a foreclosure filing in the first six months of 2009 was the third highest state total. Arizona foreclosure activity in the first half of 2009 increased 13 percent from the previous six months and was up nearly 55 percent from the first half of 2008.Other states with totals among the 10 highest in the country were Illinois (68,932), Nevada (68,708), Michigan (60,786), Ohio (58,937), Georgia (56,391), Texas (49,144) and Virginia (28,368).Report methodologyThe RealtyTrac U.S. Foreclosure Market Report provides a count of the total number of properties with at least one foreclosure filing reported during the first half of the year at the state and national level. Data is also available at the individual county level. Data is collected from more than 2,200 counties nationwide, and those counties account for more than 90 percent of the U.S. population. RealtyTrac’s report incorporates documents filed in all three phases of foreclosure: Default — Notice of Default (NOD) and Lis Pendens (LIS); Auction — Notice of Trustee Sale and Notice of Foreclosure Sale (NTS and NFS); and Real Estate Owned, or REO properties (that have been foreclosed on and repurchased by a bank). If more than one foreclosure document is filed against a property during six-month period, only the most recent filing is counted in the report.U.S. Foreclosure Market Data by State – Jan to Jun 2009                                                        % Change  % Change                          Total                           from      from    Rate              Properties     %Housing 1/every X  Jul-Dec   Jan-Jun    Rank   State Name with Filings      Units     HU        08        08    —-   ———- ————    ——-  ——— ——– ———-center_img           U.S.           57,031  58,171  108,875  32,622  79,474      —  —-           ——  ——  ——-  ——  ——     *   Actual increase may not be as high due to data collection changes or        improvements    +   Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state        was discontinued starting in January 2009    ++  Collection of some records previously classified as NOD in this state        was discontinued starting in September 2008 U.S. Foreclosure Rates Heat Map – June 2009(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090716/LA47428(link is external))About RealtyTrac Inc.Ranked as the third largest real estate site by MediaMetrix and No. 53 on Inc. magazine’s 2006 Inc. 500 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, RealtyTrac Inc. (www.realtytrac.com(link is external)), is the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, providing all the resources that home seekers, investors and real estate agents need to locate, evaluate and buy properties below market value.Founded in 1996, RealtyTrac publishes the largest and most comprehensive national database of pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, For Sale By Owner, resale and new homes, with more than 1 million properties across the country, property reports, productivity tools and extensive professional resources. RealtyTrac hosts nearly 3 million unique visitors monthly and has been chosen to supply foreclosure data to MSN Real Estate, Yahoo! Real Estate and The Wall Street Journal’s Real Estate Journal. For current news and information regarding foreclosure-related issues and trends, visit our blog at www.ForeclosurePulse.com(link is external).Source: RealtyTrac.  IRVINE, Calif., July 16 /PRNewswire/       —      U.S.        1,528,364      1.19      84      9.46     14.66              —-        ———      —-      —      —-     —–       30 Alabama             9,657      0.45     221   125.47*   179.75*       — ——-             —–      —-     —    ——    ——       34 Alaska              1,072      0.38     263     -8.22     18.45       — ——              —–      —-     —     —–     —–        2 Arizona            89,799      3.37      30     13.28     54.51        – ——-            ——      —-      —     —–     —–       25 Arkansas            8,646      0.67     149      8.75     25.69       — ——–            —–      —-     —      —-     —–        4 California        391,611      2.94      34     13.69     14.52        – ———-        ——-      —-      —     —–     —–       10 Colorado           26,565      1.25      80     -0.70    -18.62       — ——–           ——      —-      —     —–    ——       27 Connecticut         8,801      0.61     163    -16.56    -31.18       — ———–         —–      —-     —    ——    ——       32 Delaware            1,559      0.40     249      0.26     32.01       — ——–            —–      —-     —      —-     —–          District           of           Columbia           1,776      0.62     160    -11.90    -31.06          ———–         —–      —-     —    ——    ——        3 Florida           268,064      3.07      33      7.16     41.95        – ——-           ——-      —-      —      —-     —–        6 Georgia            56,391      1.42      70     17.79     16.06        – ——-            ——      —-      —     —–     —–       18 Hawaii              3,603      0.71     141     53.19    296.81       — ——              —–      —-     —     —–    ——        9 Idaho               7,952      1.26      79     46.20   112.90*        – —–               —–      —-      —     —–    ——        8 Illinois           68,932      1.31      76     19.23     29.46        – ——–           ——      —-      —     —–     —–       13 Indiana            24,665      0.89     113     -2.89    -10.77       — ——-            ——      —-     —     —–    ——       41 Iowa                2,996      0.23     444      1.32      3.67       — —-                —–      —-     —      —-      —-       33 Kansas              4,660      0.38     262     17.71     43.61       — ——              —–      —-     —     —–     —–       40 Kentucky            4,356      0.23     438     -4.68    28.95*       — ——–            —–      —-     —     —–     —–       39 Louisiana           5,160      0.28     360    40.95*    34.38*       — ———           —–      —-     —     —–     —–       42 Maine               1,540      0.22     452     -6.95     10.63       — —–               —–      —-     —     —–     —–       15 Maryland           18,112      0.78     128      3.38      2.76       — ——–           ——      —-     —      —-      —-       23 Mass.              18,458      0.68     147      6.24    -43.73       — —–              ——      —-     —      —-    ——        7 Michigan           60,786      1.34      74      1.29     -1.28        – ——–           ——      —-      —      —-     —–       24 Minnesota          15,537      0.67     148     36.41     52.74       — ———          ——      —-     —     —–     —–       43 Mississippi         2,175      0.17     577     89.46    94.37*       — ———–         —–      —-     —     —– ———       28 Missouri           13,880      0.52     191   -17.13+   -21.11+       — ——–           ——      —-     —    ——    ——       48 Montana               290      0.07   1,502    -49.03    -59.61       — ——-               —      —-   —–    ——    ——       45 Nebraska              638      0.08   1,224    -48.92    -69.65       — ——–              —      —-   —–    ——    ——        1 Nevada             68,708      6.23      16     23.26     61.33        – ——             ——      —-      —     —–     —–       22 New Hampshire       4,044      0.68     147      5.23     24.16       — ———–         —–      —-     —      —-     —–       21 New Jersey         23,889      0.68     146    -29.28    -30.25       — ———-         ——      —-     —    ——    ——       37 New Mexico          2,631      0.31     328    43.69*    11.11*       — ———-          —–      —-     —     —–     —–       38 New York           24,210      0.30     328     10.67    -18.87       — ——–           ——      —-     —     —–    ——       36 North Carolina     12,642      0.31     326    -25.88    -37.91       — ———–        ——      —-     —    ——    ——       49 North Dakota          200      0.06   1,553    -24.24    85.19*       — ———–           —      —-   —–    —— ———       12 Ohio               58,937      1.16      86     -5.81    -14.76       — —-               ——      —-      —     —–    ——       35 Oklahoma            5,609      0.35     289    -13.49    -27.03       — ——–            —–      —-     —    ——    ——       11 Oregon             19,053      1.18      84     56.20    122.43       — ——             ——      —-      —     —–    ——       31 Pennsylvania       23,864      0.44     230      3.27    24.61*       — ————       ——      —-     —      —- ———       19 Rhode Island        3,172      0.70     142    -11.52     -7.95       — ————        —–      —-     —    ——     —–       26 South Carolina     13,145      0.65     154     33.32   125.12*       — ————       ——      —-     —     —– ———       47 South Dakota          256      0.07   1,395      4.92     59.01       — ————          —      —-   —–      —-     —–       16 Tennessee          20,365      0.75     134     -4.05  -20.96++       — ———          ——      —-     —     —–   ——-       29 Texas              49,144      0.52     192      6.25    -14.38       — —–              ——      —-     —      —-    ——        5 Utah               13,496      1.46      69     37.43     87.65        – —-               ——      —-      —     —–     —–       50 Vermont                35      0.01   8,898    -55.70    -42.62       — ——-                —      —-   —–    ——    ——       14 Virginia           28,368      0.87     115    -3.05+     3.76+       — ——–           ——      —-     —     —–      —-       17 Washington         19,855      0.72     138     23.17     43.01       — ———-         ——      —-     —     —–     —–       46 West Virginia         663      0.08   1,331    111.82     73.56       — ————          —      —-   —–    ——     —–       20 Wisconsin          17,984      0.70     142     70.92    49.69*       — ———          ——      —-     —     —–     —–       44 Wyoming               413      0.17     587    -10.22     43.40       — ——-               —      —-     —    ——     —–       —  U.S.           155,400  181,722  266,833  89,617  196,257          —-           ——-  ——-  ——-  ——  ——-      27  Alabama              1        0    4,847       0    1,556      —  ——-            —      —    —–     —    —–      34  Alaska               7        0      449       0      132      —  ——             —      —      —     —      —       4  Arizona             23        0   34,872       0   13,019       –  ——-             —      —   ——     —   ——      23  Arkansas           418        0    3,106       0    1,116      —  ——–           —      —    —–     —    —–       2  California     124,275        0   84,211       0   45,419       –  ———-     ——-      —   ——     —   ——       9  Colorado            41        0   10,938       0    3,618       –  ——–           —      —   ——     —    —–      33  Connecticut          0    2,100        0     312      616      —  ———–        —    —–      —     —      —      32  Delaware             0        0        0     609      244      —  ——–           —      —      —     —      —          District           of           Columbia          365        0      452       0      174          ———–        —      —      —     —      —       3  Florida              0  101,602        0  37,664   18,777       –  ——-            —  ——-      —  ——   ——       7  Georgia              2        0   22,057       0    9,233       –  ——-            —      —   ——     —    —–      15  Hawaii             535        0    1,380       0      211      —  ——             —      —    —–     —      —       6  Idaho            2,433        0    2,552       0      115       –  —–            —–      —    —–     —      —      10  Illinois             0   11,807        0  12,130    8,849      —  ——–           —   ——      —  ——    —–      13  Indiana              0    4,767        1   5,697    3,404      —  ——-            —    —–      —   —–    —–      41  Iowa                 0        0      701       0      955      —  —-               —      —      —     —      —      35  Kansas               0      480        0   1,238      717      —  ——             —      —      —   —–      —      40  Kentucky             0      976        0   1,179      689      —  ——–           —      —      —   —–      —      38  Louisiana            0      134        0   2,498      654      —  ———          —      —      —   —–      —      42  Maine                0      263        0     500       66      —  —–              —      —      —     —       —      17  Maryland             0    6,543        0   1,101    1,676      —  ——–           —    —–      —   —–    —–      19  Massachusetts        0    7,178        0   1,994    1,606      —  ————-      —    —–      —   —–    —–       8  Michigan             0        0   19,444       0   14,369       –  ——–           —      —   ——     —   ——      18  Minnesota           63        0    5,342       0    3,729      —  ———          —      —    —–     —    —–      43  Mississippi          0        0    1,131       0      344      —  ————-      —      —    —–     —      —      29  Missouri             3        0    4,107       0    3,180      —  ——–           —      —    —–     —    —–      48  Montana              0        0       15       0      136      —  ——-            —      —      —     —      —      45  Nebraska             0      376        0       7       35      —  ——–           —      —      —     —       —       1  Nevada          21,713        0   12,963       0    9,019       –  ——          ——      —   ——     —    —–      25  New Hampshire        0        0    1,607       0      441      —  ————-      —      —    —–     —      —      24  New Jersey           0    7,660        0   3,202    1,662      —  ————-      —    —–      —   —–    —–      31  New Mexico           0    1,038        0     670      291      —  ————-      —    —–      —     —      —      39  New York             0   10,082        0   2,181    1,401      —  ——–           —   ——      —   —–    —–      37  North Carolina   1,257        0    3,263       0    3,099      —  ————-    —–      —    —–     —    —–      49  North Dakota         0        1        0      48       39      —  ————-      —      —      —     —      —      11  Ohio                 0   12,000        0  10,163    8,954      —  —-               —   ——      —  ——    —–      36  Oklahoma           936        0    1,487       0      633      —  ——–           —      —    —–     —      —      12  Oregon             221        0    7,225       0    2,189      —  ——             —      —    —–     —    —–      30  Pennsylvania         0    5,341        0   4,900    2,979      —  ————-      —    —–      —   —–    —–      22  Rhode Island        13        0      420       0    1,226      —  ————-      —      —      —     —    —–      26  South Carolina       0    3,970        0     999    1,830      —  ————-      —    —–      —     —    —–      46  South Dakota         0       81        0      74        5      —  ————-      —      —      —     —      —      21  Tennessee            0        0    6,090       0    4,387      —  ———          —      —    —–     —    —–      28  Texas               39        0   15,541       0   11,236      —  —–              —      —   ——     —   ——       5  Utah             3,041        0    3,252       0    2,143       –  —-             —–      —    —–     —    —–      50  Vermont              0        0        1       0       13      —  ——-            —      —     —      —      —      14  Virginia            13        0   10,917       0    4,487      —  ——–           —      —   ——     —    —–      16  Washington           0        0    8,013       0    3,181      —  ————-      —      —    —–     —    —–      47  West Virginia        0        0      311       0       30      —  ————-      —      —      —     —      —      20  Wisconsin            0    5,323        0   2,451    2,284      —  ———          —    —–      —   —–    —–      44  Wyoming              1        0      138       0       89      —  ——-            —      —      —     —      —           U.S.                  336,173       380     4.57    33.21      —  —-                  ——-       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