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50 States by appreciation rate.

(February February: see month.  2012 Data, Ranked Worst to Best in Percent Decline from Peak--Includes District of Columbia District of Columbia, federal district (2000 pop. 572,059, a 5.7% decrease in population since the 1990 census), 69 sq mi (179 sq km), on the east bank of the Potomac River, coextensive with the city of Washington, D.C. (the capital of the United States). )

Market Trends Overview by State

(February 2012 Data, Ranked Worst to Best by Foreclosure foreclosure

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 Rate--Includes District of Columbia)
Rank  State           Peak      % Decline Since  12-Month HPI Change
                      Month                Peak          (Feb. 2012)

1     NEVADA          MAY 2006          -58.87%               -7.36%

2     ARIZONA         JUNE              -49.15%                2.91%
                      2006

3     FLORIDA         OCT.              -47.33%                1.21%
                      2006

4     MICHIGAN        NOV.              -44.78%                2.86%
                      2005

5     CALIFORNIA      APRIL             -43.92%               -3.24%
                      2006

6     IDAHO           MAY 2007          -39.31%                2.43%

7     ILLINOIS        OCT.              -34.81%               -7.69%
                      2006

8     RHODE ISLAND    JUNE              -32.11%               -4.40%
                      2006

9     OREGON          JULY              -31.65%               -1.48%
                      2007

10    GEORGIA         JULY              -31.42%               -8.16%
                      2007

11    MARYLAND        JULY              -30.80%               -1.08%
                      2006

12    WASHINGTON      JULY              -30.25%               -3.61%
                      2007

13    UTAH            JUNE              -30.14%                2.75%
                      2007

14    MINNESOTA       APRIL             -29.06%               -3.86%
                      2006

15    NEW JERSEY      JUNE              -28.10%               -2-44%
                      2006

16    WEST VIRGINIA   APRIL             -28.04%                3.56%
                      2006

17    MASSACHUSETTS   OCT.              -27.36%               -5.23%
                      2005

18    CONNECTICUT     JULY              -26.07%               -5.89%
                      2007

19    HAWAII          JUNE              -25.64%                0.28%
                      2007

20    WYOMING         SEPT.             -25.58%               -0.80%
                      2007

21    DELAWARE        JUNE              -25.38%               -9.25%
                      2007

22    VIRGINIA        MAY 2006          -25.07%                0.00%

23    OHIO            OCT.              -24.44%               -4.87%
                      2005

24    NEW MEXICO      JUNE              -24.42%               -3.15%
                      2007

25    MISSOURI        OCT.              -24.34%               -2.78%
                      2006

26    ALABAMA         AUG.              -23.92%              -10.01%
                      2007

27    NEW HAMPSHIRE   MAY 2006          -23.55%               -2.87%

28    DISTRICT OF     APRIL             -23.11%                2.13%
      COLUMBIA        2006

29    MAINE           JULY              -21.60%               -1.55%
                      2006

30    MONTANA         JULY              -21.17%                2.34%
                      2007

31    WISCONSIN       SEPT.             -19.33%               -3.37%
                      2006

32    NEW YORK        MARCH             -18.29%               -1.35%
                      2006

33    INDIANA         JULY              -16.20%                1.20%
                      2007

34    SOUTH CAROLINA  APRIL             -15.91%                2.17%
                      2007

35    PENNSYLVANIA    SEPT.             -14.27%               -1.02%
                      2006

36    TENNESSEE       JULY              -14.23%                0.10%
                      2007

37    COLORADO        JULY              -13.79%                1.12%
                      2007

38    KANSAS          JUNE              -13.20%                1.44%
                      2006

39    VERMONT         OCT.              -13.14%               -4.14%
                      2010

40    NORTH CAROLINA  JULY              -12.97%                0.33%
                      2007

41    TEXAS           JULY              -11.08%                0.90%
                      2007

42    KENTUCKY        AUG.              -11.05%               -0-81%
                      2006

43    MISSISSIPPI     NOV.              -10.43%                5.25%
                      2007

4 4   LOUISIANA       JULY               -9.97%               -1.91%
                      2007

45    ALASKA          SEPT.              -7.73%                1.21%
                      2007

46    NEBRASKA        SEPT.              -7.54%                1.35%
                      2006

47    IOWA            JUNE               -6.98%               -0.68%
                      2010

48    SOUTH DAKOTA    JULY               -6.77%               -0.81%
                      2008

49    ARKANSAS        OCT.               -6.39%                0.04%
                      2006

50    OKLAHOMA        JUNE               -5.68%                0.15%
                      2010

51    NORTH DAKOTA    JAN.               -0.04%                4.19%
                      2012

SOURCE: CoreLogic, Santa Ana, California. CoreLogic HPI provides a
comprehensive set of monthly home-price indexes and median sales
prices covering 7,660 ZIP codes, 958 core-based statistical areas
(CBSAs) and 669 counties located in all 50 states and the District
of Columbia. The indexes, which are the most comprehensive available
in the industry, incorporate more than 30 years' worth of repeat-sales
transactions, representing more than 45 million observations, sourced
from CoreLogic's industry-leading property information database.

*HPI refers to the CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI).

More information about CoreLogic HPI and CoreLogic can be found
at www.corelogic.com.

Rank  State          Foreclosure  Foreclosure    REO      REO
                            Rate      Rate 12   Rate  Rate 12
                                   Months Ago          Months
                                                          Ago

1     FLORIDA             12.09%       12.42%  0.72%    1.11%

2     NEW JERSEY           6.58%        6.11%  0.11%    0.23%

3     ILLINOIS             5.40%        4.93%  0.62%    0.64%

4     NEVADA               5.04%        8.11%  0.91%    1.22%

5     NEW YORK             4.80%        4.13%  0.09%    0.16%

6     CONNECTICUT          4.42%        3.41%  0.22%    0.32%

7     MAINE                4.31%        3.91%  0.26%    0.30%

8     HAWAII               4.17%        3.47%  0.35%    0.57%

9     SOUTH                3.76%        3.16%  0.34%    0.43%
      CAROLINA

10    INDIANA              3.51%        3.51%  0.37%    0.30%

11    OHIO                 3.48%        3.54%  0.48%    0.53%

12    NEW MEXICO           3.35%        2.89%  0.33%    0.41%

13    MARYLAND             3.20%        2.84%  0.22%    0.56%

14    OREGON               3.00%        2.53%  0.35%    0.50%

15    RHODE ISLAND         3.00%        3.45%  0.78%    0.52%

16    DELAWARE             2.92%        3.36%  0.47%    0.27%

17    KENTUCKY             2.83%        2.64%  0.16%    0.42%

18    PENNSYLVANIA         2.83%        2.56%  0.25%    0.31%

19    MISSISSIPPI          2.73%        2.60%  0.47%    0.55%

20    ARIZONA              2.65%        4.01%  0.59%    1.33%

21    NORTH                2.57%        2.17%  0.37%    0.35%
      CAROLINA

22    OKLAHOMA             2.54%        2.65%  0.39%    0.32%

23    LOUISIANA            2.51%        2.99%  0.49%    0.38%

24    DISTRICT OF          2.50%        2.30%  0.15%    0.37%
      COLUMBIA

25    VERMONT              2.47%        2.15%  0.14%    0.14%

26    CALIFORNIA           2.44%        3.05%  0.57%    0.86%

27    GEORGIA              2.32%        2.65%  0.87%    1.05%

28    IDAHO                2.32%        2.60%  0.45%    0.74%

29    WISCONSIN            2.21%        2.48%  0.44%    0.38%

30    IOWA                 2.18%        2.32%  0.30%    0.26%

31    MASSACHUSETTS        1.98%        2.24%  0.41%    0.37%

32    MICHIGAN             1.96%        2.70%  1.18%    1.22%

33    TENNESSEE            1.90%        2.10%  0.54%    0.37%

34    UTAH                 1.78%        2.16%  0.36%    0.55%

35    MINNESOTA            1.75%        2.04%  0.70%    0.88%

36    KANSAS               1.72%        1.86%  0.45%    0.41%

37    NEW HAMPSHIRE        1.62%        1.74%  0.73%    0.59%

38    ARKANSAS             1.59%        1.74%  0.15%    0.40%

39    WEST VIRGINIA        1.49%        1.75%  0.44%    0.42%

40    MISSOURI             1.46%        1.52%  0.51%    0.57%

41    TEXAS                1.46%        1.46%  0.39%    0.44%

42    ALABAMA              1.43%        1.69%  0.61%    0.61%

43    COLORADO             1.43%        1.83%  0.39%    0.52%

44    MONTANA              1.42%        1.65%  0.30%    0.29%

45    VIRGINIA             1.42%        1.59%  0.30%    0.35%

46    WASHINGTON           1.41%        2.20%  0.31%    0.46%

47    SOUTH DAKOTA         1.38%        1.32%  0.20%    0.30%

48    NEBRASKA             1.04%        1.10%  0.26%    0.28%

49    NORTH DAKOTA         0.83%        0.86%  0.10%    0.12%

50    ALASKA               0.79%        0.90%  0.27%    0.28%

51    WYOMING              0.72%         V10%  0.45%    0.38%

Rank  State              90+ Day
                     Delinquency
                            Rate

1     FLORIDA             17.14%

2     NEW JERSEY          10.74%

3     ILLINOIS             9.06%

4     NEVADA              12.70%

5     NEW YORK             7.98%

6     CONNECTICUT          7.30%

7     MAINE                6.99%

8     HAWAII               6.55%

9     SOUTH                6.53%
      CAROLINA

10    INDIANA              6.43%

11    OHIO                 6.77%

12    NEW MEXICO           5.66%

13    MARYLAND             8.02%

14    OREGON               5.51%

15    RHODE ISLAND         7.42%

16    DELAWARE             6.72%

17    KENTUCKY             5.52%

18    PENNSYLVANIA         5.76%

19    MISSISSIPPI          7.43%

20    ARIZONA              6.40%

21    NORTH                5.74%
      CAROLINA

22    OKLAHOMA             5.16%

23    LOUISIANA            6.12%

24    DISTRICT OF          5.68%
      COLUMBIA

25    VERMONT              4.02%

26    CALIFORNIA           6.63%

27    GEORGIA              7.64%

28    IDAHO                5.00%

29    WISCONSIN            4.51%

30    IOWA                 4.02%

31    MASSACHUSETTS        5.59%

32    MICHIGAN             5.94%

33    TENNESSEE            6.01%

34    UTAH                 4.87%

35    MINNESOTA            4.29%

36    KANSAS               4.29%

37    NEW HAMPSHIRE        4.51%

38    ARKANSAS             5.27%

39    WEST VIRGINIA        3.94%

40    MISSOURI             4.47%

41    TEXAS                4.57%

42    ALABAMA              5.61%

43    COLORADO             3.86%

44    MONTANA              3.00%

45    VIRGINIA             3.96%

46    WASHINGTON           6.29%

47    SOUTH DAKOTA         2.57%

48    NEBRASKA             2.86%

49    NORTH DAKOTA         1.65%

50    ALASKA               2.26%

51    WYOMING              2.44%

SOURCE: CoreLogic. Santa Ana. California. CoreLogic HPI provides a
comprehensive set of monthly home-price indexes and median sales
prices covering 7.660 ZIP codes. 958 core-based statistical areas
(CBSAs) and 669 counties located in all 50 states and the District
of Columbia. The indexes, which are the most comprehensive available
in the industry, incorporate more than 30 years' worth of
repeat-sales transactions. representing more than 45 million
observations, sourced from CoreLogic's industry-leading property
information database. *The database is estimated to cover 85 percent
of the national active residential mortgage market.

More information about CoreLogic HPI and CoreLogic can be found
at www.corelogic.com.
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