Mortgage group: Encouraging signs in new delinquency numbers

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Published: March 13,2011

Tags: Jay Brinkman, MBJ FEATURE, Mortgage Bankers Association

The Mortgage Bankers Association last month gave the most encouraging assessment in several years on delinquent mortgages, reporting a 30-day tardy rate not seen nationally since the end of 2007, a period that marked the start of the current recession. The delinquency rate for mortgage loans on one-to-four unit residential properties decreased to a seasonally […]

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  1. Latest “Mortgage” News « Local News Report Says:

    [...] Mortgage group: Encouraging signs in new delinquency numbers The Mortgage Bankers Association last month gave the most encouraging assessment in several years on delinquent mortgages, reporting a 30-day tardy rate not seen nationally since the end of 2007, a period that marked the start of the current recession. Read more on Mississippi Business Journal [...]

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