Roughly 5.3% of mortgages. there was an increase in early stage delinquencies, which are defined as 30 to 59 days past due. This was a result of the wildfires on the West Coast, which came in.

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Some of the homes hardest hit by Hurricane Irma in Florida are also the least likely to be insured.. mobile home in Largo over the weekend to wait out the storm with. Homeowners with mortgages are typically required to buy insurance. manufactured-housing units after Harvey to help displaced people,

In its Mortgage Monitor for September, Black Knight outlined the first wave of mortgage delinquencies that appeared to be arising out of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that struck primarily in Texas.

The data obtained from Harvey and Irma will influence future hurricane risk. codes and code enforcement several times over the following decade.. but most are due to the population growth in the Houston metropolitan area.. annually and where obtaining a mortgage requires proof of flood insurance.

Although hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria drove up the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate in the fourth quarter, overall mortgage performance continued to improve in 2017, according to Black Knight’s Mortgage Monitor Report. "Hurricanes Harvey and Irma significantly impacted 2017 mortgage performance metrics," says Ben Graboske, executive vice president for Black Knight Data and Analytics.

Rebuilding Your Home and Finances After disaster strikes. hurricane harvey, which pummeled Texas in late august, and Hurricane Irma, which. Irma claimed more than 60 victims and caused more than $50 billion in losses. they needed flood insurance-and mortgage lenders didn't require them to buy it because.