TransUnion: Mortgage delinquency rate slows in 2014

3 reasons to ignore the bad housing news Yet, last September the delinquency rates began to shift to pre-recession norms: Mortgage delinquencies fell to 1.79%, while credit card delinquencies came in.

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Mortgage delinquency rates will. this sector,” said Joe Mellman, TransUnion vice president and mortgage line of business leader. “The rate at which mortgage delinquencies are expected to decline is.

The U.S. mortgage delinquency rate was about 2.37% of all loans in the fourth quarter – down from 3.29% in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to TransUnion. That’s a year-over-year decrease of about 28%. The average mortgage debt per borrower was about $189,707, up about 1.4% compared with $187,139 per borrower in the fourth [.]

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TORONTO, ON–(Marketwired – Feb 26, 2014) – TransUnion’s quarterly analysis of Canadian credit trends found that the average consumer’s total debt (excluding mortgage. be noted that their.

Toronto, Dec. 19, 2013 – TransUnion’s first annual forecast for Canadian consumer credit calls for a significant increase in debt while delinquency levels decline in 2014. The average consumer’s total debt (excluding mortgage) is expected to rise by more than $1,000 from an estimated $27,743 in Q4 2013 to an all-time high of $28,853 at the end o.

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