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Mortgage delinquencies spiked in June and the serious delinquency rate, loans 90 or more days past due but not in foreclosure, reached its highest level in more than five years. CoreLogic in its monthly loan performance report, said 7.1 percent of all mortgages nationwide were at least 30 days past due, including those in foreclosure. This is 3.1 percentage points higher than the delinquency rate in June 2019. Further, the company predicts that, barring additional government programs and support, serious delinquency rates could nearly double from the June 2020 level by early 2022. Not only could millions of families potentially lose their home, through a short sale or foreclosure, but this also could create downward pressure on home prices – and consequently home equity – as distressed sales…(read more)

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Source: Mortgage News Daily