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Delinquencies, Foreclosures Fall Over Year

According to a new report, 30-day delinquencies, 90-day delinquencies, and foreclosure inventory are down over the year. “Early-stage” delinquencies were slightly up, however, rising from 2.08 percent to 2.14 percent. Louisiana saw the most delinquent mortgages for the month.

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Fannie Mae’s Mortgage Portfolio Contracting; Delinquency Rate Falls to 1.83 Percent

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The single-family serious delinquency rate for Fannie Mae in February fell another three basis points down to 1.83 percent after dropping to a nine-year low of 1.86 percent in January. Fannie Mae's single-family serious delinquency rate has declined every quarter since the first quarter of 2010 due to a number of reasons that include foreclosure alternatives, home retention solutions, completed foreclosures, improved loan payment performance, and acquisitions of loans with stronger credit profiles.

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Delinquency Rates Falling on Fannie Mae-Backed Mortgage Loans

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The delinquency rate on residential mortgage loans backed by Fannie Mae declined across the board in 2014 due to a number of reasons that include foreclosure alternatives, home retention solutions, completed foreclosures, improved loan payment performance, and acquisitions of loans with stronger credit profiles, according to Fannie Mae's recently released annual report.

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Delinquency Rate Tumbles in December, Reversing November’s Large Increase

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Just one month after experiencing the largest monthly increase in six years, the nation's mortgage delinquency rate took a big tumble in December, according to Black Knight Financial Services' December 2014 "First Look" at Mortgage Data released Friday. The mortgage delinquency rate, or the number of mortgage loans that are 30 days or more past due but not in foreclosure, dropped down to 5.6 percent for December – a decline of 7.2 percent from November and 12.7 percent from December 2013.

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