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Why the South is Delinquency Prone

Despite delinquency and foreclosure rates dropping to a 12-year low, a report found that some factors are likely to increase defaults in several Southern states. Click through for a breakdown on delinquency and foreclosure rate performance nationally and in the South.

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The Housing Market Crash: A Retrospective

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The lingering effects of the Great Recession on borrowing is most evident in the mortgage sector, according to a new report looking at the effect of the financial crisis on consumer access to credit and the mortgage industry.

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Refis at Fannie, Freddie Decline in Q2

In its quarterly refinance report, the FHFA revealed that refinances at the GSEs had decreased in the second quarter. However, borrowers are still applying through HARP, a program that is scheduled to expire on December 31, 2018. Here's why.

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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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How Low Can Foreclosure Rates Go?

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Foreclosure rates have continued to dwindle in recent months, and May was no exception. Click through to learn what milestone the national foreclosure rate crossed last month, and whether there are any changes on the horizon.

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