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US Mortgage Delinquency Rate Nears 3 Percent According To CoreLogic Report

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The April 2022 CoreLogic credit performance report shows 2.9% of total US debt. The time point of criminal activity (more than 30 days ago, excluding) decreased from 4.7% in April 2021 to 1.8%.

The US non-reimbursement and non-reimbursement rate and the annual change rate for April were 1.2% for delinquency (30–59 days), up from 1% in April 2021, and implicitly 60–89 days 3%, April 2021 and the same) was 3%.

In the case of non-performing debts (delinquency of more than 90 days, including guaranteed loans with salaries), it increased from 3.3% in April 2021 and 4.3% in August 2020 to 1.4%.

The payment fund rate (debt ratio at one stage of the settlement process) will not change to 0.3% from April 2021.

The carry-over rate (the percentage of outstanding debt transferred before 30 days) is 0.7%, increasing from 0.6% in April 2021 to + 0.21%.

Capital gains continued to rise in the first quarter as house prices rose double-digit year-over-year, pushing overall non-payment and foreclosure rates in the United States close to zero. From June to April.

The number of violations and suspensions remained unchanged from March 2022 to April, but both increased slightly since the end of 2021.

This small change in foreclosures is due to the end of the debtor’s holding period for very long-term debtors, rather than relatively strong conditions in the internal market in general.

“The number of bankruptcies in the US increased in the spring of 2022, after reaching a low at the end of 2021,” said Molly Boesel, chief economist at CoreLogic. “Morality and tolerance.

In April, all states announced their total decrease. The states with the largest decreases were Nevada (down 3.2 percentage points), Hawaii (down 3 percentage points), and New Jersey (down 2.7 percentage points).

In the rest of the states, including the District of Columbia, the annual crime rate fell from 2.6% to 0.7%.

All metropolitan areas in the U.S. show at least a small annual decrease in global default rates, with the largest decrease being in Odessa, Texas (less than 5%). Hawaii Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina (less than 4.9 percentage points); Texas Midland (less than 4.3%).

Originally published at https://www.compareclosing.com on July 13, 2022.

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