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Delinquencies Take Another Dive

Delinquencies, foreclosures, and homes in negative equity all dropped over the last quarter and the last year, according to new data. But just how much have they dipped and why?

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Holding the Line

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The June 2017 First Look at Mortgage Data revealed mortgage delinquencies aren’t following normal seasonal patterns—but it’s a good thing. Read on to see what they’re doing.

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Foreclosures Hit 10-Year Low, Despite April Uptick

The total national loan delinquency rate (loans 30 or more days past due, but not in foreclosure), spiked 13 percent from in April from March putting a little over 2 million properties past due. However, according to experts, there is no need for alarm. The rise is primarily due to the calendar with April ending on a Sunday.

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Debt Still Runs High for Puerto Rico vs the U.S.

Amid a household debt increase of $35 billion in Q2 and the mortgage sector’s share of that debt declined from a huge spike in Q1, recently released data for Puerto Rico’s banking sector completes the picture of household debt for the Commonwealth.

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