Mortgage Delinquencies Pass 10%: LPS

Mortgage Delinquencies Pass 10%: LPS. Home-loan delinquency rates in the US reached 10% in December, up from the record-high 9.97% in November, according to Lender Processing Services. which provides data on mortgage performance.

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From Jon Prior at HousingWire: Mortgage Delinquencies Pass 10%: LPS Home-loan delinquency rates in the US reached 10% in December, up from the record-high 9.97% in November, according to Lender Processing Services. which provides data on mortgage performance.

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(JACKSONVILLE, FL) — According to the latest january 2010 mortgage Monitor Report by Lender Processing Services (NYSE: LPS), home loan delinquency rates in the U.S. have now surpassed 10 percent. Factoring in foreclosures in process, the total non-current rate sits at 13.3 %.

LPS: Mortgage Delinquency Rate increased in November, Down almost 10% year-over-year by Calculated Risk on 12/23/2013 07:01:00 AM According to the First Look report for November to be released today by Lender Processing Services (LPS), the percent of loans delinquent increased in November compared to October, and declined about 9.4% year-over-year.

Mortgage Delinquencies Jump by Almost 10% in June admin | August 5, 2013. Lender Processing Services (LPS) recently released its Mortgage Monitor Report, which showed that early mortgage delinquencies rose by 9.9% during the month of June.

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LPS reported the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate (loans 30 or more days past due, but not in foreclosure) increased to 6.46% from 6.20% in August. The normal rate for delinquencies is around 4.5% to 5%. The percent of loans in the foreclosure process declined to 2.63% in September from 2.66% in.

LPS’ latest market assessment shows that as of the end of June, 4.1 million loans were either 90-plus days delinquent or in foreclosure. That’s nearly 13 percent more than in June 2010.