Prime Foreclosure Starts Surge Past Subprime in July

Prime foreclosure starts in July were well more than double the 51,000 recorded one year earlier, and up almost 10 percent from June; in comparison, subprime foreclosure starts in July were up 22.

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Utah Did See Surge in subprime lending economic research suggests that the current mortgage crisis has been driven by declining house values Utah vulnerable to same dynamic if house prices fall According to the Pew Center for the States, 1 out of 25 homeowners in Utah are projected to face foreclosure in

(Subprime mortgages with fixed rates, on the other hand, have had a more stable performance.) The fraction of subprime ARMs past due ninety days or more or in foreclosure reached nearly 15 percent in July, roughly triple the low seen in mid-2005.1 For so-called near-prime loans in alt-A securitized pools (those made to

Nearly one in five (19 percent) subprime mortgages originated during the past two years will end in foreclosure. Delinquencies are much more common for subprime loans. The recipients, of course.

The Evolution of the Subprime Mortgage Market. Figure 2 depicts the prime and subprime loans in foreclosure from 1998 to 2004. For compari son, foreclosure rates to start declining in the sub-prime market. It is also important to note that,

Prime foreclosure starts in July were well more than double the 51,000 recorded one year earlier, and up almost 10 percent from June; in comparison, subprime foreclosure starts in July were up 22 percent from one ago, and up 10 percent month-over-month as well.

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Prime fixed-rate loan foreclosure starts rose to 0.29% in the first quarter, up from 0.22% in the fourth quarter, and prime ARM foreclosure starts rose to 1.55%, up from 1.06%.

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Foreclosures Surge In subprime market.. reported that the percentage of payments that were 30 or more days past due for "subprime" adjustable-rate home mortgages jumped to 15.75 percent in the.