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Welsh Home Owners Most At Risk Of Repossession

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Northern England and south Wales had the highest number of mortgage claims, while the fewest were in southern England, the Ministry of Justice said today.

A claim is the first step, lodged by mortgage lenders at court to seek repossession of a property, while claims leading to an order are those claims which successfully result in an actual repossession.

After a claim is lodged, they can be settled through negotiation before the order for repossession is made.

Some of the local authority areas with the highest number of mortgage claims per 1,000 households in the second quarter of 2010 were:

:: County of Rhondda Cynon Taf with 1.48

:: Pendle, Lancashire, with 1.35

:: Bradford, West Yorkshire, with 1.34

:: Blackpool, Lancashire, with 1.31

:: Wigan, Greater Manchester, with 1.31

:: Knowsley, Merseyside, with 1.27

:: Rossendale, Lancashire, with 1.25

:: Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, with 1.23

:: Burnley, Lancashire, with 1.22

:: Darlington, County Durham, with 1.14

Some of the local authority areas with the highest number of mortgage claims leading to an order made per 1,000 households in the second quarter of 2010 were:

:: County of Rhondda Cynon Taf, with 1.33

:: County of Blaenau Gwent with 1.29

:: Burnley, Lancashire, with 1.22

:: Pendle, Lancashire, with 1.22

:: County Durham with 1.07

:: Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, with 1.04

:: Oldham, Greater Manchester, with 1.00

:: Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, with 0.95

:: Bolton, Greater Manchester, with 0.95

:: Hartlepool, Cleveland, with 0.9

The local authority areas with the lowest number of mortgage claims per 1,000 households in the second quarter of 2010 were:

:: Cambridge, with 0.22

:: Winchester, Hampshire, with 0.22

:: Hammersmith and Fulham, with 0.26

The local authority areas with the lowest number of mortgage claims leading to an order made per 1,000 households in the second quarter of 2010 were:

:: Islington, with 0.17

:: Teignbridge, Devon, with 0.18

:: St Albans, with 0.19

Full story:

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2010/08/12/fewer-expected-to-lose-their-homes-91466-27049731/

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