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Mortgage Deliquencies – National Numbers
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Quarter 3 – 2009
4.38% in Foreclosure 9.94% in Default (30+ days late) 14.32% Total
3.20% in Foreclosure 6.94% in Default (30+ days late) 10.14% Total
15.35% in Foreclosure 26.66% in Default (30+ days late) 42.01% Total
3.32% in Foreclosure 15.04% in Default (30+ days late) 18.36% in Default
2.29% in Foreclosure 8.47% in Default (30+ days late) 10.76% Total in Default
Mortgage Bankers Association
National Deliquency Survey
Based on 44,000,000 mortgages – Non -Seasonally Adjusted
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the seasonally adjusted underemployment rate,
(comprised of the total unemployed plus all marginally attached workers, plus total employed parttime
for economic reasons) for October 2009 was 17.5%.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for
October 2009 was 10.2%. The highest rate ever recorded by the Bureau was 10.8% in Nov/Dec 1982.
CDPE Member Survey:
• Since becoming a CDPE, the average time for agents to complete a short sale transaction
decreased by 49%.
• On average, CDPEs are able to keep homeowners in their homes more than twice as often
as losing properties to foreclosure.