US-According to CoreLogic, a mortgage analytics company,subprime delinquencies were showing a downward trend, while theprime mortgage market was also not performing well. About 2,376,120subprime loans in America were still there in the market in June2010, a 12.5% decrease from that of June 2009.


In June, about 39.6% of subprime loans was 60 days delinquent,35% was 90 days delinquent, 13% of loans was in the danger offoreclosure and 3.8% was related to real estate. For thefull story, go to Housingwire.com.

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