Black Knight: National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Decreased Slightly in February

According to Black Knight’s First Look report for February, the percent of loans delinquent increased 3.7% in February compared to January, and decreased 9.5% year-over-year. The percent of loans in the foreclosure process decreased 0.4% in February and were down 21.3% over the last year.

The percentage decreased year-over-year in 116 of 144 (81 percent) of metropolitan. Black Knight's – First Look at September 2019 mortgage data. The national delinquency rate edged up seasonally in September to 3.53%, but fell 11.2%. “Sales volume is expected to improve slightly in the coming months as more.

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– Following a slow start to the year, the national delinquency rate fell by more than 5% month-over-month; at 3.47%, it is now at its lowest level on record dating back to 2000 – Serious delinquencies – loans 90 or more days past due, but not yet in foreclosure – fell to 474,000, marking a 124,000 year-over-year decline and a 12-year low – While monthly foreclosure starts edged up slightly.

Black Knight released their Mortgage Monitor report for July today. According to Black Knight, 3.46% of mortgages were delinquent in July, down slightly from 3.61% in July 2018. black knight also reported that 0.49% of mortgages were in the foreclosure process, down from 0.57% a year ago.This gives a total.

This, according to the First Look report on Mortgage performance released by Black Knight on Thursday. Despite this uptick, national delinquency rates were pushed to a 12-month low of 3.73 percent,

Black Knight’s First Look at February 2018 Mortgage Data March 22, 2018 Data & Analytics The national delinquency rate edged slightly downward in February, with hurricane-related delinquencies declining by a modest 5.0 percent for the month

The U.S. mortgage delinquency rate increased slightly in February compared with January, rising to 3.69% of all mortgages, according to Black Knight’s First Look report. That’s an increase of 3.68% compared with the previous month but down 9.53% compared with February 2018.

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Not to be confused with "The Dark Knight", Black Knight’s February. week’s mortgage applications dropped 1.6% from one week earlier. It is the fourth decline in four weeks after a spike of almost.