Foreclosures at New Low, Mortgage Delinquencies Jump

May 31, 2017 Posted by kingcade

The number of first-lien mortgage delinquencies increased 13% last month, the largest increase since November 2008.  Month-over-month there were 241,000 additional borrowers past due on mortgage payments, according to data from Black Knight Financial. The delinquencies were mostly in their early-stage.

Active foreclosure inventory was at a 10-year low in April and the month also saw the fewest new foreclosure starts since January 2005, only 52,800, down 12.4% from March and 10% year-over-year.  Most improved by percentage were New Jersey (14%), Florida (13%), New York (13%), Nevada (11.7%), and DC (9.7%).

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