According to this Los Angeles Times article, Delinquencies on home-equity loans hit record, the number of delinquent home equity loans reached 3.52% in the 1st quarter of 2009. The article cites mounting job losses as the primary culprit. The article also mentions that credit card delinquencies reached a record of 6.06% during the same period.
Per my previous posts, it is "only going to get worse". If you cannot afford your home loan payments (mortgage(s) and/or home equity loan(s)), your best option is to request a loan modification in order get your monthly payments reduced. If that does not work and/or your home is worth less than the debt than a short sale is your next best solution. Simply defaulting is not a good answer. If you need assistance in stopping foreclosure proceedings feel free to contact HaltingForeclosures.com.
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Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Delinquencies on home-equity loans hit record
Posted by Halting Foreclosures
Labels: credit cards, default, delinquencies, Delinquent, equity, Foreclosure, foreclosures, Home, homes, loan modifications, loans, Mortgage, mortgages, negative equity, Real estate, Short Sale
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