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Credit Default Rates Fall Again in March

Data through March 2014 found that national credit default rates declined for the month, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. All five national indices (composite, first mortgage, second mortgage, bank card, and auto loans) showed a decline for the second consecutive month.

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Rushmore Approved as Freddie Mac Seller/Servicer

Rushmore Loan Management Services LLC made announcements of two positive corporate developments Thursday. Rushmore has received approval to act as a Freddie Mac seller/servicer--a nod the company says will significantly expand its business. In addition, Standard & Poor's assigned an average rating to Rushmore as a residential special servicer and residential primary servicer, ranking the company's management and operations as above average.

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First Mortgage Default Rate Inches Up in July

National default rates inched up in July, with first mortgages showing a slight increase, according to the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices. For the first time this year, the default rate for first mortgages increased. In July, the default rate was 1.25 percent, up from 1.23 percent in June. The first mortgage default rate though is still down compared to July 2012, when it was 1.41 percent.

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