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The housing market continues to recover from post-meltdown levels with mortgage delinquencies down 43% from 2010 levels, Lender Processing Services Applied Analytics said Monday.The number of.
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The 60+ day delinquency rate increased for the 11th consecutive quarter, hitting an all-time national average high of 6.25% in the third quarter, TransUnion reports. The third-quarter rate rose 7.57% from the previous quarter’s 5.81% average, which actually represents a deceleration. For comparison.
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S&P/Case-Shiller: Home prices continue to strengthen S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller home price indices. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Indices are calculated monthly using a three-month moving average. index levels are published with a two-month lag and are released at 9 am EST on the last Tuesday of every month. Index performance is based on non-seasonally adjusted data.
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Less sickness in housing as delinquencies fall 43% from peak Mortgage delinquencies are no longer improving and are now showing some signs of worsening," said Jay Brinkmann, MBA’s Chief Economist. "The good news is the continued decline in long-term delinquencies, those mortgages that are three payments or more past due.
Less sickness in housing as delinquencies fall 43% from peak The housing market continues to recover from post-meltdown levels with mortgage delinquencies down 43% from 2010 levels, Lender Processing Services Applied Analytics said Monday.
"I make no predictions"? Then why is the title of your article, "Property Values Set to Fall 43% From Current Depressed Level"? If you look at a broader, inflation adjusted trend, you’ll see that inflation adjusted housing prices are now edging close to their 40 year trend line.
From HousingWire: Less sickness in housing as delinquencies fall 43% from peak. The housing market continues to recover from post-meltdown levels with mortgage delinquencies down 43% from 2010 levels, Lender Processing Services Applied Analytics said Monday.