Both U.S. overall mortgage delinquency and foreclosure rates remained at or near an all-time low in June.
The U.S. overall mortgage delinquency rate again dropped to an all-time low in May.
Although nearly a dozen states saw overall mortgage delinquencies rise year over year in April, U.S. home loan performance remains very strong.
The U.S. overall mortgage delinquency rate dropped to a new all-time low in March.
U.S. mortgage performance remained solid in February, with the overall delinquency rate down for the 23rd straight month year over year.
U.S. mortgage delinquency and foreclosure rates continued to hold near record lows in January.
The U.S. overall mortgage delinquency rate remained low in December 2022, though 65 metro areas saw annual upticks.
While the overall U.S. mortgage delinquency rate declined year over year in November, 18 metros saw at least slight upticks.
Both the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate and foreclosure rate remained near historic lows in October.
U.S. overall mortgage delinquencies dropped for the 18th consecutive month year over year in September.
Only 2.8% of U.S. homeowners with mortgages were delinquent in August, the lowest level since near the start of the pandemic.