Since the Great Recession, states have been hit hard by high foreclosure rates and those higher rates continue to hamper economic recovery. But those rates have varied significantly over the past several years, depending upon which state you are discussing. For example, more than 6 percent of Nevada housing units (one in 16) had at least one foreclosure filing in 2011, giving it the nation’s highest state foreclosure rate for the fifth consecutive year. Arizona and California are also still seeing extremely high rates, despite a significant drop in foreclosure activity over 2010. On the other end of the spectrum, foreclosures in North Dakota are much less common: just one in 39,687 units were in the foreclosure process in April. Check the map from RealtyTrac below to see the most recent foreclosure rates for your state.