Mortgages 30–89 days delinquent

The 30-89 mortgage delinquency rate is a measure of early stage delinquencies and can be an early indicator of the mortgage market's overall health. It captures borrowers that have missed one or two payments.

These interactive charts show the percentage of mortgages 30–89 days delinquent in the U.S. based on a 5 percent sample of residential mortgages since January 2008. 

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Figure 1A

View mortgage delinquency rate trends

This interactive chart lets you view the 30–89 day mortgage delinquency rate for a specific state, metro area, non-metro area, or county and compare it to the national average.

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Percentage of mortgages 30–89 days delinquent:
national average versus national average, January 2008–March 2017

Source: National Mortgage Database
Date published: October 2017
Downloads: CSV files with data by (25 KB), (153 KB), or (221 KB).
Note: Locations with insufficient data are not provided.

Figure 1B

Map mortgage delinquency rates by month

This interactive map lets you focus on the 30–89 day mortgage delinquency rate for states, metro and non-metro areas, and counties at a particular point in time since 2008. See how it compares to the surrounding area and the national average.

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Percentage of mortgages 30–89 days delinquent:
state view for March 2017

U.S. Map Legend for Mortgages 30–89 days delinquent The percentage of mortgages 30–89 days delinquent varies by location from 0% to 6%. Delinquency rates Insuff. data 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5%+

Source: National Mortgage Database
Date published: October 2017
Downloads: CSV files with data by (25 KB), (153 KB), or (221 KB).