Return to pre-recession payment pattern noted by credit bureau.
Minnesota CUSO says correspondent and retail lending both showing payback improvements.
The market appears to have made significant progress digesting the large number of foreclosed properties left over from the housing finance crisis.
Mortgage bankers trade group says 1st quarter figures show slight increase in 30-day delinquency rate.
TransUnion says rate of mortgage holders more than 60 days behind now at 5.19%, primarily driven by older loans.
Experian reports that businesses with one to four employees had the greatest shift in percentage of dollars considered severely delinquent.
When looking at delinquencies, credit unions still have some of the lowest rates even among the worst performing business lending portfolios.
Card delinquencies down in major Texas, Ohio markets while mortgage delinquencies up in Portland, Phoenix, Baltimore, Seattle, New York and D.C.
This series of illustrations show how, according to Experian, credit unions are holding their own when it comes to balances, delinquencies and repossessions.
This slide show illustrates how, according to Experian, credit unions are holding their own when it comes to balances, delinquencies and repossessions.