Posts Tagged ‘loan delinquencies’

State near top in student loan delinquencies

by Published: April 28,2010

Tags: education, higher education, loan delinquencies, loans

In a recent analysis of trends in the student loan industry, TransUnion found that private student loan delinquency (the ratio of student loans 90 days or more past due) decreased approximately 4.9 percent, down from a high of 6.34 percent in the third quarter of 2009. This quarterly decrease represents a reversal of a five-quarter […] [...]

ABA reports loan delinquencies declining

WASHINGTON – Consumer loan delinquencies fell in eight of 11 loan categories in the fourth quarter of 2009, marking the second quarter in a row of broad-based improvement, according to the American Bankers Association’s Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin. The composite ratio, which tracks eight closed-end installment loan categories, fell four basis points to 3.19 percent […] [...]

Report finds loan delinquencies soaring

by Published: February 4,2010

Tags: loan delinquencies, loans, recession

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. β€” The January 2010 Mortgage Monitor report, released by Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS), showed that home loan delinquency rates in the U.S. have now surpassed 10 percent. Factoring in foreclosures in process, according to the data in LPS’ database, the total non-current rate sits at 13.3 percent. When extrapolated to reflect the […] [...]

ABA report finds shrinking loan delinquencies

by Published: January 8,2010

Tags: banking and finance, credit, loan delinquencies, loans

WASHINGTON β€” Consumer loan delinquencies fell in seven loan categories, marking the first time since 2007 that so many loan categories experienced declines, according to the American Bankers Association’s (ABA’s) “Consumer Credit Delinquency Bulletin.” The composite ratio, which tracks eight closed-end installment loan categories, fell 12 basis points to 3.23 percent of all accounts compared […] [...]

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