TransUnion: Mortgage delinquency rate slows in 2014 Mortgage Delinquency. According to TransUnion, national mortgage loan delinquency rate, the ratio of borrowers 60 or more days past due, dropped to 6.77% in the first quarter, a decrease of 1.74% from the previous quarter’s average of 6.89%. This decline was after steady increases for.
Rent increases are also expected to slow down from the 4.5 percent rental increase in 2015 and 3.5 percent predicted. and single-family housing starts. Overall, economists and analysts in the.
Despite slow down, California housing still on target for 2015. Despite slow down, California housing still on target for 2015 forecast: Although California’s housing market softened in October as both statewide sales and median price contracted from the previous month, it is still on target to meet forecast projections.
Despite current strength in economic drivers, slower economic and job. Though property markets peaked for this cycle in 2015, The retail real estate market continues to bifurcate: well-located, California's Inland Empire, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta and. Unlike the industrial sector, new office supply remains highly.
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The first mortgage default rate jumped by five basis points up to 0.81 percent and the second mortgage default rate spiked by nine basis points up to 0.56 percent, according to the S&P Dow Jones Indices and S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices for October 2015.” Housing Wire – “House votes to revamp Qualified Mortgage rules” (11.
Freddie Mac: A still sluggish economy will not see real improvement until 2015, or later. National Association of Homebuilders: Housing starts up from 629,000 in 2013, but not yet robust, reaching 93.
(Reuters) – KFC and Pizza Hut owner Yum Brands Inc (NYSE:YUM – News) stuck to its profit growth target for the year despite a slower-than-expected recovery in its Chinese business, which was hit by allegations of a supplier using expired meat last year. Shares of Yum, which reported another decline.
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· Despite slow down, California housing still on target for 2015 forecast California Realtors getting nervous about housing market future California housing market slows considerably
But the state’s housing shortage and extreme housing prices – which are outpacing income growth – could slow down. Still, 2015 is looking like a “stellar year” for employment, said Mark Schniepp,
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· Yum sticks to growth forecast despite slow China recovery. The company will need nearly 30 percent earnings growth in the second half of the year to meet its 10 percent EPS growth target, Chief Financial Officer Pat Grismer said in a post-earnings conference call on Wednesday. "We believe this is achievable," Grismer said,
Citi fails National Mortgage Settlement loan modification metric Three of the five financial giants that struck a deal with the government over mortgage servicing abuses in 2012 are still violating provisions of that agreement nearly two years after the deal was.