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0.870%
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$7,400
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Prime, fixed-rate loan foreclosures undercutting housing rebound
by Broderick Perkins
DeadlineNews.Com
11/24/09 - Rising unemployment is undoing homeownership, unraveling the housing rebound and extending the foreclosure crisis at least until very late next year.
Higher foreclosure rates among homeowners with prime, fixed-rate home loans are replacing sub-prime loan failures at an alarming rate, according to a third quarter mortgage delinquency survey.
Nationwide, 14.41 percent of mortgage paying homeowners were either behind on payments or in foreclosure at the end of September, with unemployment as the primary culprit, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) latest National Delinquency Survey.
The 14.41 percent was another record high for the ninth consecutive quarter, even as home prices began to show increases amid demand spurred by tax credits and low interest rates.
Prime fixed-rate loans, those held by homeowners with the best credit, accounted for nearly 33 percent of new foreclosures in the third quarter, compared to only 21 percent a year ago.
Those prime loan failures also accounted for 44 percent of the quarterly increase in foreclosures and that number is due to grow. Prime fixed-rate loans represented 54 percent of the quarterly increase in loans 90 days or more past due, but not yet in foreclosure, according to the MBA.
quot;Job losses continue to increase and drive up delinquencies and foreclosures because mortgages are paid with paychecks, not percentage point increases in the GDP (gross domestic product), quot; said Jay Brinkmann, MBA's chief economist.
In October, the unemployment rate rose to 10.2 percent, the highest since April 1983, with the largest job losses in construction, manufacturing, and retail trade, according to the U.S. Labor Department.
In October alone, the number of unemployed people increased by 558,000 to 15.7
million. Since the start of the recession in December 2007, the number of jobless people has risen by 8.2 million, and the unemployment rate has grown by 5.3 percentage points.
quot;Over the last year, we have seen the ranks of the unemployed increase by about 5.5 million people, increasing the number of seriously delinquent loans by almost 2 million loans and increasing the rate of new foreclosures from 1.07 percent to 1.42 percent, quot; Brinkmann added.
The housing market received some welcomed jolts from the first-time home buyer tax credit, the tax credit's extension and expansion this year, other government programs and mortgage rates sliding below 5 percent.
The S amp;P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index today said home prices rose for the second consecutive quarter, but remained nearly 9 percent lower than a year earlier.
Prices nationwide rose 3.1 percent in the three months ending on September 30, following a similar rise during the second quarter of the year.
Unfortunately, experts say there is an unknown number of foreclosed homes yet to enter the pipeline -- strategic defaults and foreclosure forbearances.
Those problematic properties will keep prices from returning to anything near boom time levels and may even cause prices to plunge.
Strategic defaults occur when homeowners refuse to pay mortgages that exceed the value of their home. Foreclosure forbearance stems from lenders delaying foreclosure proceedings on mortgages that 90 days or more late.
quot;I see growing anecdotal evidence of forbearance of lenders. The logic for it is if they can't sell it anyway, the lender is better off with the original homeowner still in place and caring for the asset in most cases, than forcing them out and having some of them tear the place up on the way out, quot; said Bruce Hahn, president of the American Homeowners Foundation.
Mortgage modification video a valuable tool for distressed homeowners
Broderick Perkins
A new video helps struggling homeowners navigate the federal mortgage modification program.
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Offered for free to anyone by mortgage insurer and risk management company PMI Mortgage Insurance Co., the two-part video quot;Navigating the Home Affordable Modification Program quot; is a helpful adjunct to existing information about the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) on the MakingHomeAffordable.gov Web site.
A mortgage modification occurs when the lender reworks the terms of your existing home loan, typically to lower payments and make the home more affordable for you. Lower payments can result from a lower interest rate, extended loan term, reduced principal or any combination of those approaches.
A mortgage modification is not a refinanced mortgage, which replaces the old mortgage with a new loan.
Part 1 of the quot;Navigating HAMP quot; video provides basic orientation for homeowners who may not have heard of HAMP, it covers the objectives of the program, and helps you determine if you qualify for a HAMP modification.
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Under HAMP, you may qualify for a mortgage modification if your home is your primary residence; your first mortgage's balance is no more than $729,750; you face financial hardship that is affecting or will affect your ability to make mortgage payments; you signed for your current mortgage on or before January 1, 2009 and your payment on your first mortgage (including principal, interest, taxes, insurance and homeowner's association dues, if applicable) is more than 31 percent of your current gross income.
quot;Distressed homeowners who are facing the prospect of losing their home need to know that help is available for those truly interested in saving their homes. This instructional video leverages the growing popularity of internet-based video to give homeowners an overview of how HAMP works and their important role in the process, quot; said John Jelavich, head of PMI rsquo;s Homeownership Preservation Initiatives group.
Part II of the quot;Navigating HAMP quot; video uses examples to demonstrate how affordability is achieved with a loan modification, it walks homeowners through the steps necessary to obtain a modification and discusses the information homeowners need to provide their mortgage servicer, including:
#149; Pay stubs or other verification of your monthly before-tax (gross) income.
#149; Your most recent income tax return.
#149; Statements for savings and other assets.
#149; Your first and second mortgage (if any), home equity loan or line of credit statements
#149; Account balances and minimum monthly payments due on all of your credit cards, car loans, student loans and other debts.
#149; A completed Hardship Affidavit describing any circumstances that caused your income to be reduced or expenses to be increased.
quot;The jury is still out on the success of the HAMP program. Progress has been slow in materializing but may finally be gaining steam as many of the trial loan modifications are finally beginning to transition into permanent ones, quot; said Nancy Osborne, chief operating officer of Erate.com, a Santa Clara, CA-based financial information publisher and interest rate tracker.
Osborne added, quot;A large part of the problem has been getting the loan servicers ramped up with the staff and technology to handle the massive wave of modifications, something they had no real experience with previously. quot;
To learn more about loan modifications visit quot;Mortgage Modification Madness quot;, quot;Mortgage Modification Updates quot; and watch quot;Navigating the Home Affordable Modification Program. quot;
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Foreclosure Rate Remains Highspan
Cameron Street
Rising job losses remain the biggest driver behind the foreclosure problem as delinquencies have continued to spread into the prime mortgage market of traditionally creditworthy borrowers. It may be one step forward and several steps back for some time to come when it comes to improvement in the housing sector as the peak in the foreclosure rate seems to still lie ahead. Until employment stabilizes, it is unlikely that housing conditions will improve much either. In spite of a spike in home sales, due primarily to the government rsquo;s first time home-buyer tax credit, foreclosures are up approximately 20% from a year ago. Almost 14.50% of residential loans are either in foreclosure or are delinquent, as there has been a rise in the number of homes that are seriously delinquent by up to 90 days or more. This, reportedly, is the highest level of delinquencies recorded by the Mortgage Bankers Association since the survey began in 1972.
The Obama Administration has had to do some arm twisting to encourage participation in the government rsquo;s loan modification program which was launched back in March. It has been a voluntary program since inception and too few lenders and servicers had willingly signed on. However, many now are quickly getting on board as they work to screen potential candidates whose loans might be saved by modification as an alternative to foreclosure. Modification screening has become a requirement prior to initiating foreclosure proceedings on all GSE loans. The Treasury Department, under the Home Affordable Modification Program, has initiated over 500,000 trial loan modifications of which 20% are expected to transition into permanent modifications.
Higher Mortgage Delinquency Rates Ahead
The likelihood that we have not yet seen the peak in seriously delinquent mortgages is a real possibility. In spite of experiencing a recent up-tick in home sales, attributable almost exclusively to the government rsquo;s first time home buyer tax credit, there is likely to be an unavoidable surge in mortgage delinquencies appearing soon. The number of loans which are delinquent by 90 days or more has swelled to levels not seen since the 1930s and the number of loans which are delinquent by 180 days of more has grown to 2%. Of growing concern to mortgage industry watchers is the startling realization that over 2.5% of loans which were current at the beginning of the year are now delinquent by 60 days or more. This is a direct reflection of the steadily weakening jobs market and until the unemployment picture improves it is unlikely that delinquency rates will improve either. Further compounding the problem is the coming wave of high risk loans which were funded in the 2006 calendar year and are on tap to experience rate adjustments. These loans are considered to be the worst of the worst as many of the lenders who originated these mortgages have disappeared altogether having shut their doors for good. While attempts to get in front of the problem by modifying many these loans are being made, efforts probably will not come quickly enough. Estimates of the oncoming wave of delinquencies are in the range of two million loans.
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