WSJ: Home-Equity Lines of Credit See Jump in Delinquencies
Equifax data cited in The Wall Street Journal shows that borrowers who signed up for home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) in 2004 were 30 or more days late on $1.8 billion worth of outstanding balances just four months after principal payments started kicking in — which represents 4.3% of the balance on outstanding 2004 HELOCs. Click below to view the article.
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