Early-Stage Mortgage Delinquency Falls to Lowest Since 2000

June 13, 2017 Brianna Gilpin

Overall mortgage delinquency rates were down in the month March, according to a recent report. Most rates were at a position lower than what they have been in over 10 years, but early-stage delinquencies saw a 17 year low. According to the report, this can be attributed to stringent post-crisis underwriting standards as well as better fundamentals.

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