FHA's Driving a Substantial Increase in Delinquencies

Dymi, Amilda
October 2011
Mortgage Servicing News;Oct2011, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p32
The article reports that the U.S. Federal Housing Administration's (FHA's) delinquency rate increase from 12.03% to 12.62% brings the nonperforming FHA mortgages total percentage to 15.68%, the non-seasonally adjusted delinquencies rises to 11.75%, and the nonperforming total to 14.86%.


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