LPS: Mortgage delinquencies down 10%

ND *Non-current totals combine foreclosures and delinquencies as a percent of active loans in that state. notes:(1) totals are extrapolated based on LPS Applied Analytics’ loan-level database of.

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The November Mortgage Monitor report released by Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS) shows that the volume of loans moving to REO continued to drop as moratoria further delayed foreclosure sales. While the 90+ delinquency category has steadily declined, the number of loans moving to seriously delinquent status beyond 90 days far outpaced the.

LPS Mortgage Monitor Snapshot (January 2013) After five consecutive months of steady decline, the delinquency rate for U.S. home mortgages spiked nearly 10% in June, month over month, according to Lender Processing Services’ (LPS. However,

New data from ""Lender Processing Services"":http://www.lpsvcs.com (LPS. foreclosure. The delinquency rate registered a decline, both for the month and the year, with January’s rate down 2.2.

The total number of non-current residential mortgage loans fell by 1.4 percent from June to July, to 7.04 million, with improvements in delinquency rates partially offset by an increase in.

according to lender processing services’ (lps) mortgage Monitor report. The total U.S. foreclosure presale inventory rate was 3.05%. Delinquencies were down 2.11% compared to April and more than 15%.

The rest of the loan industry, by contrast, is down 25% to 30%. You might think that any home-loan program like this would be swimming in bad mortgages, loaded down with serious delinquencies. for.

According to LPS, 8.83% of mortgages are delinquent (down from 9.02% in November), and another 4.15% are in the foreclosure process (up from 4.08% in November) for a total of 12.98%. It breaks down as: 2.56 million loans less than 90 days delinquent. 2.12 million loans 90+ days delinquent. 2.2 million loans in foreclosure process.

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