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The State of Homeowner Credit

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Homeowners are feeling a high debt-to-income ratio, but according to recent data, not all is lost. Here’s how some of that pressure may be relieved.

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Checking in on Default Rates

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A new report reveals the state of delinquencies and foreclosure starts across the nation. Click through to learn which states are trending high and which are on the low-end.

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Loan Mods and Liquidation Decline

Loan modifications and liquidation continued to decline in the first quarter of 2018, according to a housing finance snapshot giving a breakdown of how defaults and delinquencies have performed. Here are some other findings of this report.

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Defining Debt Collectors

Editor's note: This story was originally featured in the January issue of DS News, out now. The United States Supreme Court, in Henson v. Santander Consumer USA Inc., settled a circuit court split and solidified what may turn out to be a ...

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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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