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April 21, 2014

Mixed Trends in Mortgage Performance as Delinquencies Increase on Older Loans

By Brandon Ivey

The total past-due rate on mortgages has declined in almost every quarter since the second quarter of 2011, helped by increasing home prices. However, not all vintages are performing in-step, as delinquencies are starting to increase on loans originated in 2004 and before.

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