Mortgage delinquency rate drops 18.4% annually: LPS

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LPS Applied Analytics, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based mortgage. rates of the past several years seem to be subsiding–in the case of these cities, at least slowing. Riverside, for example, will see.

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 · LPS also notes that the mortgage delinquency rate is down 8.35% from January of last year.

The April Mortgage Monitor report released by Lender Processing Services, Inc. (NYSE: LPS) shows an expected historical seasonal increase in delinquencies, but a continuing trend in fewer new.

Black Knight (formerly LPS) reported on Tuesday that the percentage of delinquent U.S. mortgage loans (more than 30 days late but not actually in foreclosure) was 5.52 percent in March, down from 6.

LPS (Lender Processing Services Inc.) reported on Monday that the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate rose to 7.4 percent in September from 6.87 percent in August, a month-over-month spike of 7.72 percent..

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The mortgage delinquency rate in April dropped below 6.5 percent for the first time since July 2008, as the foreclosure inventory fell by nearly 25 percent year over year to 1.

According to LPS, a delinquent mortgage is one 30 or more days past due, but not actually in foreclosure. The delinquency rate continues. also dropped month-over-month and year-over-year. In July,

New data released by ""Lender Processing Services"": (LPS) shows mortgage delinquencies at the end of. lps puts the national delinquency rate at 8.15 percent as of the end of.

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and the company notes that the drop in the foreclosure pre-sale inventory is 19.58%, compared with February of 2012. LPS also notes that the mortgage delinquency rate is down 6.51% from February of.