CoreLogic: November Mortgage Delinquency Rates at 11-Month Low

Ahead of this Thursday’s 4th Quarter National Delinquency Report from the Mortgage Bankers Association, CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said new November mortgage delinquencies fell below pre-pandemic levels and, while serious delinquencies fell to their lowest levels since June.

CoreLogic: Foreclosures Remain Low; Serious Delinquencies Continue to Build Up

Ahead of this morning’s quarterly National Delinquency Survey from the Mortgage Bankers Association, CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said the 150-day delinquency rate reached its highest level since January 1999, noting that forbearance provisions have helped foreclosure rates maintain historic lows.

MBA Chart of the Week: Loans in Forbearance as Share of Servicing Portfolio Volume

According to the latest edition of MBA’s Weekly Forbearance and Call Volume Survey, released last week, the share of loans in forbearance dropped to 6.87 percent of servicers’ portfolio volume as of September 20. The share was the lowest point since mid-April, and 168 basis points below a peak of 8.55 percent during the week ending June 7.

MBA Chart of the Week: Loans in Forbearance as Share of Servicing Portfolio Volume

According to the latest edition of MBA’s Weekly Forbearance and Call Volume Survey, released last week, the share of loans in forbearance dropped to 6.87 percent of servicers’ portfolio volume as of September 20. The share was the lowest point since mid-April, and 168 basis points below a peak of 8.55 percent during the week ending June 7.

MBA Chart of the Week: Independent Mortgage Bank Median Productivity

MBA last week released its latest Quarterly Performance Report for the second quarter. The report showed a record-high average for net production profit of 167 bps ($4,548 per loan), as well as record-high average origination volume of $1.02 billion per company.

MBA: Strong Borrower Demand, Low Rates Fuel 2Q IMB Production Profits

Independent mortgage banks and mortgage subsidiaries of chartered banks reported a net gain of $4,548 on each loan they originated in the second quarter, up from $1,600 per loan in the first quarter, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Quarterly Mortgage Bankers Performance Report.