More than 100,000 Maryland homeowners are at least a month late on their mortgage payments, according to data released Wednesday from the Mortgage Bankers Association. The data show that 9.82% of mortgage loans in the state are at least a month past due. Adding in loans that are already in foreclosure, and 9.21% of mortgages are either more than three months late or foreclosed.
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