Utah had the 10th-highest rate of foreclosure-related filings nationwide in the first half of the year, a new report shows.
Nevada had the highest rate, with 1.76 percent of all housing units receiving some sort of foreclosure notice in the first six months of the year, reports foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac. Arizona was No. 2 (1.73 percent), followed by Georgia (1.60 percent), California (1.56 percent) and Florida (1.55 percent).
Rounding out the top 10 were Illinois (1.40 percent), Michigan (1.02 percent), Colorado (0.97 percent), Ohio (0.94 percent) and Utah (0.93 percent), which has been hanging in the top 10 in recent months..