Mortgage Lending Patterns
These data briefs provide periodic snapshots of mortgage lending activity and foreclosure patterns in the Fourth District through the use of maps and charts.
- With the "foreclosure pipeline" still quite full, REO sales remain the most common exit for distressed loans in all Fourth District states. Shares are steady in West Virginia and Pennsylvania; Kentucky and Ohio, however, have seen a decline in REO sales over the same period and an increase in short sales. In the latest edition of our mortgage lending data brief, we examine trends in distressed loans and different paths to recovery. Read more
- This edition finds that compared to a year ago many counties in Ohio and West Virginia have seen decreases in both delinquency and foreclosure rates, while counties in Kentucky and Pennsylvania have seen increases in both. Read more