Items Tagged with 'Loan Performance Insights Report'

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  • Early stage delinquencies begin to see uptick in December

    But serious delinquencies decrease
    The overall delinquency rate remained unchanged in December as early stage delinquencies increase by serious delinquencies fell, CoreLogic’s latest report showed. And despite some setbacks, December’s foreclosure inventory rate was the lowest for that month in 11 years – since 2006.
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  • Foreclosure inventory falls to lowest level since housing boom

    Mortgage delinquencies hold steady from previous month
    Foreclosure inventory dropped to its lowest level in more than a decade in August, falling to the lowest level since August 2006. CoreLogic explained the effect of the drop in crude oil prices since 2014 has taken a toll on mortgage loan performance in some markets.
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  • Early-stage delinquencies hit lowest level in 17 years

    Serious delinquencies hover at decade low
    Delinquencies continued their downward slide in May, hitting decade or even nearly two-decade lows. The latest report from CoreLogic shows a prolonged period of relatively tight underwriting criteria has driven delinquencies down to pre-crisis levels across many parts of the country.
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  • CoreLogic: Loan performance shows improvement in April

    Economy improves as home prices increase
    Loan performance improved in April even as home prices increased throughout the year. Mortgages in nearly all stages of delinquencies saw an improvement from April last year. CoreLogic’s chief economist explained the market continues to benefit from improved economic growth and home price increases.
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