Mississippi mismatch: Delinquent mortgages high, foreclosures low

Mississippi has long had the distinction as a state with one of the highest delinquent mortgage rates in the country. January was no exception. The state’s 5.93 percent 30-day delinquent rate topped all over states, including the troubled mortgage market states of Florida, Nevada and California, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported last week. Yet Mississippi […]

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One Response to “Mississippi mismatch: Delinquent mortgages high, foreclosures low”

  1. March trade, job openings and turnover, and the March Mortgage Monitor | r.j.'s space Says:

    […] note that Mississippi, with 13.4% of their mortgages delinquent, is an outlier here, and it has long been a state with one of the highest mortgage delinquency rates in the country, as even in January 2005, before the mortgage crisis began, Mississippi’s mortgage […]

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