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Homeowners and Rising Interest Rates

From restricting refinance activity, to managing debt, rising rates are likely to affect the housing market in many ways. Experts weigh in on what homeowners can do to mitigate the challenges of this environment.

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Factors Impacting Delinquent Loan Projections

foreclosure

While it is easy for mortgage servicers to think about revenue realization for more extreme delinquency levels, how can they account for those in the early levels of default? A recent webinar on mortgage servicing rights gave insights into this question.

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Negative Equity and Serious Delinquencies Slide

The market is recovering, and delinquencies are poised to drop again after a spike in the first quarter of the year, according to a report. Here's a breakdown of the quarter over quarter performance of delinquencies and foreclosure rates.

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Natural Disasters Impacting Delinquency Rates

Wildfire resiliency

As the rest of the country experiences lower rates of loans in delinquency, certain areas of the country have felt the sting of recent natural disasters. See how California's wildfires may impact delinquency rates in the coming months.

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Demystifying the Economics of Housing

Dwight Johnston, Chief Economist, California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues on the economics and politics of the housing market and the trends that are likely to impact it during the year. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the May issue of DS News, out now.

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