by Calculated Risk on 11/22/2022 12:43:00 PM
o The national delinquency rate rose 4.5% in October to 2.91% – up 12 basis points since September – driven by a sharp 9.4% rise in 30-day delinquencies
o Florida led the jump in new early delinquencies (+19K) – with the state delinquency rate rising 53 basis points to 3.42% — giving an initial indication of Hurricane Ian impact
o Loans 60 days past due ticked up 2.9% nationally, while those 90 or more days delinquent saw continued – if modest – improvement, inching down another 1.5% in October
o October’s 19.6K foreclosure starts represented a 7% increase that partly reversed September’s decline, but are still 55% below pre-pandemic levels
o Foreclosure starts were initiated on 4% of existing serious delinquencies in October, up slightly from September but still less than half the rate seen in the years leading up to the pandemic
o Active foreclosure inventory held steady as volumes have remained subdued in 2022 due to still historically low foreclosure start levels
According to Black Knight’s First Look report, the percent of loans delinquent increased 4.5% in October compared to September and decreased 22% year-over-year.
Black Knight reported the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate (loans 30 or more days past due, but not in foreclosure) was 2.91% in October, down from 2.78% in September.
2020Delinquent2.91%2.78%3.74%6.44%In Foreclosure0.35%0.35%0.26%0.33%Number of properties:Number of propertiesthat are delinquent,but not in foreclosure:1,557,0001,491,0001,986,0003,437,000Number of propertiesin foreclosurepre-sale inventory:186,000185,000138,000178,000Total Properties1,743,0001,677,0002,125,0003,616,000