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What’s Happening to Mortgage Default Risks?

The UFA Default Risk Index, which measures the risk of default on newly originated nonprime mortgages, climbed seven points between Q4 2017 and Q1 2018, hitting 108. According to the latest UFA Mortgage Report released by University Financial Associates of ...

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Defaults on the Downward Slope

The default rate has been steady and falling as home prices continue to rise in most parts of the country and sales of both new and existing homes increase. The default rate for both first and second mortgages fell in April. Additionally, most cities saw declining default rats, with the exception of New York.

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