Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago About Author: Kendall Baer Kendall Baer is a Baylor University graduate with a degree in news editorial journalism and a minor in marketing. She is fluent in both English and Italian, and studied abroad in Florence, Italy. Apart from her work as a journalist, she has also managed professional associations such as Association of Corporate Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Women, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Project Management Institute for Association Management Consultants in Houston, TX. Born and raised in Texas, Kendall now works as the online editor for DS News. 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Here is a break-down of what the foreclosure rates look like in these states for Q2 according to a report from Credit.com.Massachusetts:Massachusetts sits in the number ten spot with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 1,332 housing units. This is an increase from June 2016 of 20.11 percent and an increase from July 2015 of 21.42 percent.Ohio:Ohio ranks number nine on the list with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 1,269 housing units. This is a decrease from June 2016 of 22.05 percent and a decrease from July 2015 of 26.39 percent.Connecticut:Connecticut ranks number eight on the list with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 1,213 housing units. This is an increase from June 2016 of 11.32 percent as well as a similar increase from July 2015 of 11.83 percent.South Carolina:South Carolina sits in the number seven spot with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 1,162 housing units. This is a decrease from June 2016 of 6.86 percent as well as decrease from July 2015 of 19.97 percent.Illinois:The number six spot on the list falls with Illinois holding a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 1,125 housing units. Illinois saw a decrease from June 2016 of 21.51 percent and a decrease from July 2015 of 35.05 percent.Florida:Florida finds its spot on the list in the middle with number five because of a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 808 housing units. Florida shows a decrease from June 2016 of 4.92 percent and an even larger decrease from July 2015 of 49.26 percent.Nevada:The number four spot goes to Nevada with a foreclosure rate rate of 1 in every 805 housing units. This state shows an increase from June 2016 of 15.35 percent despite a decrease from July 2015 of 26.57 percent.Maryland:For Maryland, the number three spot seems appropriate with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 772 housing units. This state sees a decrease though from June 2016 of 16.11 percent as well as a decrease from July 2015 of 33.25 percent.New Jersey:This state ranks number two on the list with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 610 housing units. This is a decrease from June 2016 of 16.3 percent and a decrease from July 2015 of 14.54 percent.Delaware:The number one spot is taken by Delaware with a foreclosure rate of 1 in every 570 housing units. This is an increase from June 2016 of 41.37 percent and an increase from July 2015 of 101.78 percent.
Head-to-head , Fulton beat the Northstars 65-9, with C-NS only winning a trio of matches, all of them close decisions.At 99, Anthony Ciciarelli got an 8-4 victory over Fred Pagan, while Sweeney won a wild 14-12 battle over Dylan Waldron right before Portorsnok held off Nick Parrish 4-2.Two other bouts were close, with Vincent Ciciarelli (138 pounds) battling Walter Crofoot in an 11-8 defeat before Adam Brown (152 pounds) fell to Aiden Scaringi.C-NS also lost 41-36 to host Amsterdam, despite pins earned by Rush and Anthony Ciciarelli, who at 106 finished off Marelia Arroyo in 36 seconds as Gaetano Julian (126 pounds) got a 26-second fall over James Weidaw and Isiah Wahdan (160 pounds) pinned Andrew Mickel in 56 seconds.After all this, C-NS and Liverpool would head to SUNY-Oswego this weekend to take part in the Kenneth Haines Memorial Touranment as a lead-up to the Jan 8 match between the Northstars and Warriors.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Even after some weather interruptions, the Cicero-North Syracuse wrestling team recorded a big victory against a long-time Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division rival.The Northstars faced West Genesee last Thursday after a 24-hour snow postponement and took over in the latter stages to defeat the Wildcats 57-26.With six bouts to go, C-NS trailed 26-21, but began to rally when Adam Rush, at 220 pounds, pinned WG’s Cole Arnold. Right after, Brady Ramos (285 pounds) pinned Derek Dishaw, and when Anthony Ciciarelli, at 99 pounds, earned his fall over Jack Wade, the Northstars led 39-26.A forfeit to Kevin Mossow at 106 pounds clinched the team victory, but Dan Sweneey (113 pounds) and Harrison Portorsnok (120 pounds) still closed up with pins over, respectively, Anthony Orendorf and Sam Snyder.C-NS went to the Montgomery County Duals at Amsterdam on Dec. 21 and ran into very tough competition, especially the Fulton Red Raiders, who went a perfect 5-0 and claimed the team title. Tags: C-NSwrestling