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Back in September, after Harvey struck Texas, a black knight analysis predicted 160,000 borrowers could become 90 days or more late on their mortgage payments as a result of the storm. In November, there were 666,000 seriously delinquent loans, of which 77,000 entered that status because of the storms.
Florida has now overtaken Mississippi as the state with the largest share of severely delinquent (more than 90 days past due) mortgages. Hurricane Irma’s after effects could be felt throughout.
As is to be expected, Hurricane Harvey, which devastated the greater Houston area, caused a slight jump in mortgage delinquencies in August. According to Black Knight’s monthly First Look report, more than 6,700 new 30-day delinquencies can be attributed to the storm.. In addition, about another 1,000 borrowers who were already 30-days past due on their mortgage missed a second consecutive.
Although hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria drove up the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate in the fourth quarter, overall mortgage performance continued to improve in 2017, according to Black Knight’s Mortgage Monitor Report. "Hurricanes Harvey and Irma significantly impacted 2017 mortgage performance metrics," says Ben Graboske, executive vice president for Black Knight Data and Analytics.
There are 2.08 million mortgaged properties in Irma-related FEMA disaster areas, more than four times that of Katrina and twice as many as Harvey. Total unpaid mortgage balances for Irma areas are $370 billion. If the correlation worked, there could have been half a million mortgage delinquencies in Florida, but, again, the storms were different.
The full effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are rapidly showing up in the data. In September, according to Black Knight, the number of mortgages either past due or in foreclosure. surges rapidly.
The first mortgage default rate increased one basis point from August to 0.66%. Four of the five major cities saw their default rates increase in the month of. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma wreaked.
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