Foreclosure notices in metro Atlanta dropped 42 percent in June from a year ago, as the local housing market continues to rebound. Notices for the 13-county metro area, which advertise properties slated for auction next month, have been at relatively low levels since the end of last year, according to Equity Depot data.
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The light rain that moved back into metro Atlanta early Sunday was expected to intensify later in the day, and forecasters said heavy rain could cause minor flooding across north Georgia Sunday night through Tuesday.