There is about a total of 50,514 properties with foreclosure filings. That works out to a rate of one filing for every 42 households, which is near the United States average of 45, and a little more than two percent of the state's housing units.
Colorado is the 22nd largest U.S. state by population, with 5,024,748 people. It is located in the Southwestern region of the United States. Its 104,185 square miles make it the 8th largest state by area. Colorado is ranked 11th in the country for personal income with $51,940 per person. It has both Judicial and Non Judicial Foreclosures.
Colorado's economy began in mining and this predominated in the late 19tth century. Later, the state diversified into agriculture, particularly livestock, wheat and corn. Mining and agriculture are significant industries to this day. It was recognized as the third best state in the nation of "Top States for Business for 2010" by CNBC. Colorado also is home to many federal government facilities including NORAD, the US Air Force Academy, the US Geological Survey and the ADX Florence federal super-max prison. All of the government activity brings with it a private corporate presence from companies like Lockheed-Martin and Ball Aerospace.