Mortgage foreclosures, the dreaded scourge of the residential real estate market during the Great Recession and its aftermath, appear to have retreated to their lowest levels since the 1990s in Wisconsin. After peaking at 28,500 in 2009, foreclosure filings in 2016 totaled roughly a fourth of that amount, said Russell Kashian, a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater economics professor who tracks foreclosures in the state.

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