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The number of homeowners in active forbearance plans fell again this past week. Black Knight estimates there are now 4.6 million people remaining in the plans which mortgage servicers are required to provide as part of the CARES Act package of COVID-19 economic relief. Those plans allow homeowners who claim a financial impact from the pandemic to temporarily skip or make partial mortgage payments. The June 16 count represents 8.7 percent of all active mortgages, down by 57,000 and 0.1 percentage point from the previous week. It is 158,000 fewer plans than at the peak during the week of May 22. The current plans represent just over $1 trillion in unpaid principal ($1,012 billion). Some 6.8 percent of all GSE-backed loans and 12.1 percent of all FHA/VA loans are currently in plans. While the…(read more)

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Source: Mortgage News Daily