In The News
- AdAge - Strategic Defaulters: Your Strange and Growing New Market Segment
- MarketWatch - Strategic-default rate still high, despite drop
- Nasdaq.com - 17% of Defaults Called Deliberate
- Loan Rate Update - Strategic Defaults Remain High, No Relief in Sight
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Some stop paying mortgages even though they can afford it
- The Examiner - Strategic Defaults Remain High, No Relief in Sight
- Credit Union Times - Significant Percentage of Borrowers Still Choosing to Default
- The Arizona Republic -'Strategic defaulters' tend to be affluent, savvy homeowners
Experian's 2011 Strategic Default Report
Strategic default in mortgage continues to be an ongoing issue for many lenders, with no substantial relief in sight. With home prices hitting new lows in the first quarter of 2011 prices are now 32.7% lower nationally than they were at their peak in 2006 Q1. Experian® and Oliver Wyman, recently released their latest report developing a clearer profile of Strategic Defaulters and what it means for lenders.
For more detailed information on Strategic Default, Join Experian for a one-hour overview of results from the latest Experian–Oliver Wyman topical report, Strategic default in mortgages: Q2 2011 update.
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