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Default Rates Decline Again in May

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The national default rate declined again from the previous month, according to data through May 2014 released by the S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian for the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. The indices offer a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit defaults.

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Informative Research Achieves EI3PA Certification

Informative Research, a mortgage information services provider, announced that it has successfully completed the Experian Independent Third Party Assessment (EI3PA) certification. The technical and operational assessments are designed to help protect consumer information and enhance consumer compliance.

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Credit Default Rates Fall Again in March

Data through March 2014 found that national credit default rates declined for the month, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. All five national indices (composite, first mortgage, second mortgage, bank card, and auto loans) showed a decline for the second consecutive month.

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National Credit Default Rates Fall in February

Data released by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian found that national credit default rates during the month of February declined. The S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices, a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit defaults, found that the national composite rate was 1.30 in February, down from 1.34 in January.

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Credit Default Rates Decrease in January

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In a report released Tuesday by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian, data from the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices revealed a decline in default rates during the month of January. The Indices are a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit defaults. The Indices are calculated based on data extracted from Experian's consumer credit database.

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First Mortgage Default Rate Inches Up in July

National default rates inched up in July, with first mortgages showing a slight increase, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. For the first time this year, the default rate for first mortgages increased. In July, the default rate was 1.25 percent, up from 1.23 percent in June. The first mortgage default rate though is still down compared to July 2012, when it was 1.41 percent.

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Study: Women Own Less Mortgage Debt, Less Likely to Be Delinquent

Although data shows women generally earn less income than men, results from a recent Experian study found women come out ahead when comparing how mortgage debt is managed. According to the study, men were more likely to have a higher mortgage loan amount compared to women, but men were also more likely to be delinquent by 60 days or more. Experian found the mortgage origination amount for men was $187,245, which is 4.9 percent higher compared to the amount for women. At the same time, 5.7 percent of men were delinquent on their mortgage compared to 5.3 percent of women.

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National Mortgage Default Rates Fall in March

Mortgage default rates moved lower along with the overall national default rate in March, according to the Consumer Credit Default Indices released by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian. The first mortgage default rate fell to 1.41 percent last month from 1.48 percent in February and 1.88 percent from March 2012. The second mortgage default rate was down to 0.69 percent, a monthly and yearly decrease from 0.71 percent and 1.03 percent, respectively.

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