Delinquent loans by delinquency level and loan type

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Home ownership can be a key component to the strengthening of families, children and communities. Homeowners tend to be more involved in their communities and make more investments in the physical quality of their home and neighborhood which, in turn, fosters a better environment for children. Home ownership is an important step towards building assets and financial stability for a family and research indicates that homeowners are more likely to make other savvy investments such as saving for their child's education.
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Definitions: Delinquent loans by delinquency level and loan type

Data Source: Mortgage Bankers Association, National Delinquency Survey

Footnotes:

The number of loans considered seriously delinquent is the number of loads in foreclosure plus the number of loans 90 or more days past due by not yet in foreclosure.

The Mortgage Bankers Association discontinued tracking subprime loans in its National Delinquency Survey in 2017.