Incorporated in 1903, the City of Arlington is a quaint town situated at the forks of the Stillaguamish River. Arlington is located in northern Snohomish County approx. 10 miles north of Everett and 40 miles north of Seattle. Arlington is a business-friendly city mostly known for its rich farming and timber history. It’s situated in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and combines the best of northwest living with easy access to urban centers and outdoor activities. The population in July 2009 was at 17,236. Arlington is a great city with special emphasis on community. The pride of the city is openly shared with new residents who long for a safe, family-oriented community in which to raise their young. New faces that want to be a part of a friendly, volunteer based small town community are embraced and quickly become involved in the fun. Make Arlington your new home today!
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Arlington Real Estate Market Data, Stats and Trends
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Foreclosure Filings – Notice of Trustees Sale
Foreclosure Outcomes – REO / Bank Owned, Sold at Auction to 3rd Party and Foreclosure Canceled
Foreclosure Inventories – Bank Owned / REO and Notice of Trustees
Arlington Short Sales
As can be seen above there are lots of properties have a scheduled a Notice of Trustees Sale date. Not all of these properties become a Bank Owned Home or get sold at the Foreclosure Auction. A percentage of these properties are sold that have negative equity through an approval process by the lienholder known a short sale.
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