Home affordability drops in second quarter Homebuyer Demand All But a ‘Standstill’: Altos Research  · Edward Hudgins is the former director of advocacy for The Atlas Society, the author of numerous atlas society commentaries, and the editor of several books on politics and government policy. He is now research director for the Heartland Institute. He has also worked at the Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, and joint economic committee of.Affordability for home buyers in Australia eased back in second quarter of 2016 as price growth returned to the residential real estate market. Overall affordability fell by 3.7% and was 2.1% less than the same quarter of 2015, according to the latest report from the Housing Industry Association.

Decrease expected to continue. Mortgages in some stage of delinquencies, including those 30 days or more past due to those in foreclosure, dropped from last year’s 5.2% to 4.4% in March, the lowest rate in 10 years. "Dropping delinquency and foreclosure rates reflect the beneficial impact of stringent post-crisis underwriting standards as well as.

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Rising home prices raise concerns Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Mortgage payments set to jump in 2019 Rising rates could cause mortgage payments to increase up to 8.4% in 2019, adding to an already problematic affordability issue for homebuyers across the nation, according to the S&P Global Ratings’ latest housing market update.

Mortgage Delinquency Rate Continued to Improve in April. The serious delinquency rate – defined as 90 days or more past due, including loans in foreclosure – was 1.9%, down from 2.0% a year earlier. It was the lowest serious delinquency rate for April since 2007, when it was 1.6%. As of the end of April the foreclosure inventory stood at 0.6%, down 0.1 percentage points from 0.7% in April 2017.

Foreclosure inventory down to ~25K in 2018 from 93K in 2014. Continued improvement in servicing portfolio delinquency rates from 6.23% in.

Alaska’s subprime delinquency rate is 12.3% while the national average is 26.6%. The second lowest state is Colorado at 19.2%, so Alaska is far ahead of the pack in this key category. It is important to note that Alaska is still 6% worse than its recent low of 6.3% in the 3rd quarter of 2008.

CoreLogic Says Delinquency, Transition Rates Continue to Improve. The rate of early stage delinquencies, loans 30 to 59 days past due, was 2.0 percent, down 0.3 percentage point from the previous July. The foreclosure inventory rate, which measures the share of mortgages in some stage of the foreclosure process, was 0.7 percent,

As of April, 4.8% of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency (30 days or more past due, including those in foreclosure, a 0.5 percentage point decline in the overall delinquency rate compared with April 2016 when it was 5.3%, according to the loan performance insights report from CoreLogic.

Lower Mortgage Delinquency Rates Signal Strengthening Housing Market in 2017 September 15, 2017 By Mary Catchur Lower mortgage delinquency rates may be signaling a stronger housing market for the remainder of 2017 and into 2018, as the U.S. economy continues to improve.

QRM would have cut out 39% of homebuyers in 2010: CoreLogic In a recent Insights Blog, CoreLogic reported that rent prices have skyrocketed since 2005. Meanwhile, the typical mortgage payment has actually decreased. "CoreLogic’s national rent index was up 36% in December 2018 compared with December 2005, while the typical mortgage payment was down 4% over that period."

Economists say housing markets and lenders are benefiting from more homeowners being able to stay current on their monthly mortgage payments, in part because of an increase in. have pushed.

 · Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates Continue to Plummet. The rate for early-stage delinquencies-defined as 30 to 59 days past due-was 1.8 percent, down from 1.9 in May 2017, while the 0.6 percent of mortgages that were 60 to 89 days past due was unchanged from the previous year. During May, the foreclosure inventory rate was 0.5 percent,