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Delinquency Rate Finds New Low

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“For the second quarter in a row, the mortgage delinquency rate fell to its lowest level since MBA’s survey began in 1979,” said Marina Walsh, MBA’s VP of Industry Analysis.

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Are Delinquency Numbers Stabilizing?

According to the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank, delinquencies and forbearance markets may have begun to flatten out as forbearances have posted about a half-million in mortgages, delinquencies posted numbers of around 2 million, and foreclosure starts hovering around 30,000 per ...

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U.S. Records 19k Foreclosure Starts in May

Black Knight Inc. has released a “first look” the latest iteration of its Mortgage Monitor Report for May 2022, which looks at delinquency and foreclosure rates across the U.S.  According to Black Knight, the national delinquency rate fell to 2.75% ...

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Seriously Delinquent Borrowers Struggling to Recover

According to CoreLogic, the nation’s delinquency rate in the U.S. in February 2022 hit its lowest recorded point since at least January 1999, as found in its monthly Loan Performance Insights Report.  In February of this year, some 3.2% of ...

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Serious Delinquencies Hit a 12-Year Low

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While overall mortgage delinquencies are falling month-over-month, a new report found some surprising data on loan prepays. Click through to learn more about the numbers behind the default servicing market.

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