Lenders closed on 59,749 foreclosures in Florida during the 12-month period ended in June, accounting for 13% of all the seized homes nationwide, data provider CoreLogic reported Tuesday. The state's foreclosure inventory – the percentage of mortgaged homes in some stage of the process – stood at 1.8% at midyear, the sixth-highest level in the U.S. While Florida's foreclosure inventory is down from 2.7% one year ago, it remains nearly double the U.S. rate of 1%.

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