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Black Knight: National Mortgage Delinquency Rate Increased in February

CR Note: It is possible that some of the increase in the delinquency rate in February was due to late tax refunds.From Black Knight: Black Knight’s First Look: Bucking Historical Seasonal Trend, February Sees Delinquencies Rise; Prepayments Up 11 Percent, Driven by Softening Interest Rates • Delinquencies rose by 3.7 percent in February, the first February increase in 12 years• Despite the monthly rise, delinquencies remain more than 9.5 percent below last year’s level• At 40,400 for the month, foreclosure starts were down 19.5 percent from January... -Calculated Risk

Student Debt Is Crushing Net Worth Of Couples In Their 20s

Young people in their 20s are starting their careers with a negative net worth as a direct result of student loans. With student loan debt burdening a growing number of Americans, a new profile in the Seattle Times recently highlighted one couple's struggle with having a negative net worth to start their careers, despite both having degrees from prestigious universities and reliable work. Today, about 15% of households nationwide have a net worth of zero or less according to Federal Reserve Bank of New York data. Take, for example, Jenni and Sean... -Zero Hedge

Visualizing How Americans Make And Spend Their Money

How do you spend your hard-earned money? Whether you are extremely frugal, or you’re known to indulge in the finer things in life, how you allocate your spending is partially a function of how much cash you have coming in the door. Simply put, as Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins writes, the more income a household generates, the higher the portion that can be spent on items other than the usual necessities (housing, food, clothing, etc), and the more that can be saved or invested for the future. Earning and Spending, by Income Group Today’s visuals... -Zero Hedge

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