Mortgage Delinquency Rates Similar To 2003

High delinquency rates may actually be as low as those recorded 10 years ago when taking into account that mortgages have remained in the system for 180 days or more today than they did back in 2003, according to TransUnion.

  • 14 May 2013
High delinquency rates may actually be as low as those recorded 10 years ago when taking into account that mortgages have remained in the system for 180 days or more today than they did back in 2003, according to TransUnion. TransUnion also reported that as of February, mortgages ...

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