It has been slightly more than a dozen years since the rate of delinquency on single-family loans was as low as it was in the most-recent monthly report.

As of April 2018, thirty-day delinquency on U.S. mortgages, including loans that are in the foreclosure inventory, worked out to a rate of 4.2 percent.

That turned out to be the lowest level for 30-day delinquency on the nation’s home loans since March 2006, when the rate was previously reported at 4.0 percent.

Source: Mortgage Daily