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Multifamily, commercial mortgage delinquency rates near 20-year lows

MBA report shows delinquencies declining across the board
A recent report from MGIC showed a decrease of over 20% in residential mortgage delinquent inventory. As it turns out, delinquencies are dropping for more than just residential mortgages. According to a new report from the Mortgage Bankers Association, multifamily and commercial mortgage delinquency rates are nearing 20-year lows as well.
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MGIC delinquencies down by more than 20%

What housing bubble?
While consumers are feeling less optimistic about the economy, and even fear a rising housing bubble, MGIC released data for August that shows delinquencies are actually decreasing. In fact, not only are they decreasing, but at significantly high rates compared to last year.
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Black Knight: Fewer homeowners refinancing

But foreclosure starts down
Rates are near all-time lows. This should be great news for homebuyers, but despite this, homeowners are not refinancing their homes. According to a new report from Black Knight Financial Services, nearly 9 million people aren't taking advantage of this low-rate environment.
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MBA: Foreclosure starts lowest in 16 years

Judicial states worse off
The nation continues to see foreclosure rates decline to lows not seen since 2000 or 2007. But there's still some ground to make up, especially in judicial states, which could be holding the market back from recovery. Here’s why.
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Oil slump driving credit delinquencies

But not for mortgages
A new report from TransUnion shows that credit delinquencies increased due to the oil slump, but one market seems immune. Mortgage loan delinquencies defied the other credit markets, and actually decreased from last year.
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