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Like the report from Black Knight earlier today, the second quarter National Delinquency Survey from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic fading a bit in early delinquency numbers but surging within the more serious non-current categories. The overall rate of loans 30 or more days past due increased during the second quarter to a seasonally adjusted 8.22 percent of all outstanding one-to-four-unit mortgages. This was up 386 basis points (bps) from the first quarter of the year and 369 bps year-over-year. MBA includes loans in forbearance in its delinquency numbers. Looking at delinquencies by bucket shows a slight decline, 33 bps among loans 30-days or more past due to a 2.34 percent rate, reflecting fewer loans becoming delinquent. Loans 60 to 90 days…(read more)

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Source: Mortgage News Daily