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Mortgage delinquencies ticked up in September: ICE

While the mortgage delinquency rate remains low compared to pre-pandemic levels, the number of delinquent loans ticked up in September, according to the ICE Mortgage Monitor report.

The national delinquency rate climbed to 3.29% in September, which is up 12 basis points from August and up 13 basis points from September 2022. This makes it the second and largest annual increase in the last 2.5 years, however, the delinquency rate remains 71 basis points below the pre-pandemic level of September 2019.

In September, serious delinquencies (90+ days past due) increased for the first time in 2023 details ⇒

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