Slideshow 12 cities still grappling with high foreclosures

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  • April 28 2017, 11:26am EDT

National foreclosure activity is at an 11-year low. There were more than 83,000 foreclosure filings nationwide in March, down 77% from a record 367,000 in September 2010.

But some cities have yet to fully recover. Here's a look at the 12 cities with the highest foreclosure rates during March, according to Attom Data Solutions.

No. 12: Bakersfield, Calif.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 791 homes
Foreclosure filings: 419

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No. 11: Fayetteville, N.C.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 781 homes
Foreclosure filings: 263

No. 10: Ocala, Fla.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 758 homes
Foreclosure filings: 269

No. 9: Baltimore, Md.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 742 homes
Foreclosure filings: 2,296

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No. 8: Chicago

Foreclosure rate: one in every 717 homes
Foreclosure filings: 5,971

No. 7: Las Vegas, Nev.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 715 homes
Foreclosure filings: 1,314

No. 6: Reading, Pa.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 711 homes
Foreclosure filings: 94

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No. 5: Peoria, Ill.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 710 homes
Foreclosure filings: 288

No. 4: Rockford, Ill.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 631 homes
Foreclosure filings: 288

No. 3: Philadelphia, Pa.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 577 homes
Foreclosure filings: 3,680

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No. 2: Atlantic City, N.J.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 452 homes
Foreclosure filings: 329

No. 1: Trenton, N.J.

Foreclosure rate: one in every 355 homes
Foreclosure filings: 337