Auction.com: Most Default Servicers Expect 2020 Foreclosures to Increase

Auction.com, Irvine, Calif., said its 2020 Default Servicing Insights report found while most respondents said they do not expect an economic recession in 2020, two-thirds expect their foreclosure and REO inflow to increase and 89 percent expect an increase in foreclosure and REO inflow from government-insured loans.

#MBAServicing2020: For Servicing Industry, A Cautious Economic Outlook

ORLANDO—Low mortgage rates, improved home-building rates and a growing number of people aspiring to homeownership makes for an optimistic formula for the mortgage servicing industry, said Mortgage Bankers Association economists, despite some potential headwinds in the short term.

#MBAServicing2020: For Servicing Industry, A Cautious Economic Outlook

ORLANDO—Low mortgage rates, improved home-building rates and a growing number of people aspiring to homeownership makes for an optimistic formula for the mortgage servicing industry, said Mortgage Bankers Association economists, despite some potential headwinds in the short term.

#MBAServicing2020: ‘Stronger Servicing Starts Here’

ORLANDO—Mortgage Bankers Association President and CEO Robert Broeksmit, CMB, kicked off the MBA Servicing Solutions Conference & Expo here with praise for the work the mortgage servicing industry has done in recent years.

MBA Chart of the Week: Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates

Last week MBA released its latest National Delinquency Survey for the fourth quarter. Mortgage delinquencies track closely to the U.S. unemployment rate, and with unemployment at historic lows, it’s no surprise to see so many households paying their mortgage on time.

MBA Chart of the Week: Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates

Last week MBA released its latest National Delinquency Survey for the fourth quarter. Mortgage delinquencies track closely to the U.S. unemployment rate, and with unemployment at historic lows, it’s no surprise to see so many households paying their mortgage on time.

MBA Chart of the Week: Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure Rates

Last week MBA released its latest National Delinquency Survey for the fourth quarter. Mortgage delinquencies track closely to the U.S. unemployment rate, and with unemployment at historic lows, it’s no surprise to see so many households paying their mortgage on time.

MBA: 4Q Mortgage Delinquencies Fall to 40-Year Low

Mortgage delinquency rates for loans on one-to-four-unit residential properties in the fourth quarter fell to the lowest level since the Mortgage Bankers Association began tracking such data.

MBA: 4Q Mortgage Delinquencies Fall to 40-Year Low

Mortgage delinquency rates for loans on one-to-four-unit residential properties in the fourth quarter fell to the lowest level since the Mortgage Bankers Association began tracking such data.