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Toronto Star

Household debt ticks lower despite mortgage climb, Statistics Canada says
Toronto Star
OTTAWA—The amount Canadians owe compared with their income ticked lower in the first quarter but remained near record levels as mortgage debt continued to climb. Statistics Canada said Wednesday the amount of household credit-market debt as a ...
Canadians owe $1.67 for every $1 of household disposable income ...CBC.ca

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The good, the bad and the ugly of Canadian household debt ...
Financial Post
You might not know it by all the alarming headlines lately, but not all debt is bad. In fact, some debt can work for you just like a RRSP.

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Black Knight's First Look at May 2017 Mortgage Data: Easing Interest Rates Spur Increase in Prepayment Activity ...
GlobeNewswire (press release)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Data & Analytics division of Black Knight Financial Services, Inc. (NYSE:BKFS) reports the following “first look” at May 2017 month-end mortgage performance statistics derived from its ...

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Finance and Commerce

Puerto Rico families fight, flee foreclosures
Finance and Commerce
Government statistics show the mortgage delinquency rate has dropped to nearly 13 percent from a high of nearly 18 percent in September 2012. For comparison, that rate is roughly 5 percent on the U.S. mainland. “It's still an absolute crisis,” said ...

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WTOP

Puerto Rico families fight, flee a surge in foreclosures
WTOP
Government statistics show the mortgage delinquency rate has dropped to nearly 13 percent from a high of nearly 18 percent in September 2012. For comparison, that rate is roughly 5 percent on the U.S. mainland. “It's still an absolute crisis,” said ...

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Independent.ie

AIB is a beacon of hope, but there are still problems in Irish banking
Independent.ie
Central Bank statistics, which show total bank mortgage lending rising by 0.5pc over the past year and by almost 1pc in the first four months of 2017, also indicate that after a decade in the doldrums, the banks' mortgage lending is recovering to ...

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The Beacon

Another Financial Bubble Ahead? Statistics Suggest It Could Happen
The Beacon
As happened with mortgage loans before the 2007/08 debacle, money was thrown around in the form of auto loans with no down payment and extended periods. Predictably the industry is now experiencing defaults (delinquencies are at the highest point ...


OCRegister

How high can Southern California home prices go? A lot, experts say
OCRegister
Assuming the Gross Domestic Product continues to grow at 2.5 percent and mortgage interest rates stay below 4.5 percent, Southern California home prices could be going up at 6 percent a year for the next six to seven years, Thornberg said. At 6 percent ...


BuzzBuzzNews

Canadian household debt drops as mortgage borrowing rises: StatsCan
BuzzBuzzNews
Canadians' mortgage debt is on the rise but overall household debt in the country is declining, says Canada's national statistical agency. Specifically, Canadian households owed less compared to their income in the first quarter of 2017, but mortgage ...

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Arizona Public Media

Arizona Housing Market Finding Its Pace Post Recession - AZPM
Arizona Public Media
Markets back to where they should be after boom and bust of the housing bubble, economist says.

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