Arkansas Real Estate conditions

Mortgage and Lending with Delta Trust Mortgage

Many of you have probably seen the lead story in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette this past week concerning mortgage loan foreclosures nationwide.  While this has obviously become a significant problem in the sub-prime markets I would like to touch on a few points as it relates to the mortgage industry here in Arkansas .  According to the Arkansas Realtor Association Housing Market Report sales of new and existing homes have decreased by 7.50% YTD through the end of July.  While this is a decrease, I don't think it is as significant as what the public is being led to believe.  Statewide delinquencies in the prime lending market in Arkansas are at 2.81% compared to 2.73% nationally.  Delinquency rates among sub-prime borrowers in Arkansas are at 15.56% compared to 14.82% nationally.  While delinquency rates among sub-prime borrowers are significant it is important to realize that this sector of the market makes up just 7.3% of all mortgages nationwide.   

Posted with Permission of Mike Milner MBAA, Vice President

Comments (3)

Kerry Ellison
Keller Williams - Little Rock, AR
Can I post this on my blog?
Sep 10, 2007 08:29 AM
Claude Cousins
Delta Trust Mortgage - Little Rock, AR
Sep 10, 2007 08:48 AM
Dick Betts
REALTOR® The Villages, Florida

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Apr 05, 2008 03:30 AM