Delinquencies Fall to 30-Year Low

July 2000
National Mortgage News;07/10/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 42, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on the decline of residential mortgage delinquencies in the United States during the first quarter of 2000. Data from the Mortgage Bankers Association; Comparison with 1998 first quarter figures; Beneficial effects of the strong U.S. economy and relatively low interest rates for mortgage servicing portfolios; Decrease in the percentage of conventional loans in foreclosure.


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