US home mortgage delinquencies surged to the highest level since November 2011, according to a Monday report from Black Knight.
Total borrowers more than 30 days late skyrocketed to 4.3 million in May from 3.4 million in April, the report showed.
In addition, more than 8% of all US mortgages were past due or in foreclosure, according to Black Knight.
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The number of US home mortgage delinquencies has surged to the highest level in nine years as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit family finances.
Total borrowers more than 30 days late surged to 4.3 million in May after a record jump to 3.4 million in April, according to a Monday report from Black Knight. In addition, more than 8% of all US mortgages were either past due or in foreclosure, the report showed. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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