Americans Kept Borrowing in First Quarter as New Mortgages Eased

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Though mortgage debt remains the dominant source of consumer debt, it’s declined in the past decade from $10 trillion to $9.4 trillion. After the recession, more Americans needed to borrow. new.

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New mortgage borrowing fell to $344 billion, the least since the third quarter of 2014, even as borrowing costs dropped. Total home loan balances, which make up the largest portion of U.S. consumer debt, rose 1.3% from the prior quarter to $9.2 trillion, the highest since 2008.

Americans kept borrowing in first quarter as new mortgages eased Americans continued to take on debt in the first quarter, though new mortgage borrowing slowed to the weakest level since late 2014, according.

US Household Debt Hits Record $13.3 Trillion. Mortgage originations edged up to $437 billion in the second quarter, from $428 billion in the first quarter. Meanwhile, mortgage delinquencies continued to improve, with 1.1% of mortgage balances 90 or more days delinquent in the second quarter, versus 1.2% in the first quarter.

Total U.S. household debt rose 0.9% from the prior quarter to $13. Americans Kept Borrowing in First Quarter as New Mortgages Eased Bloomberg the Company & Its Products The Quint

Americans continued to take on debt in the first quarter, though new mortgage borrowing slowed to the weakest level since late 2014, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York report. Total U.S. household debt rose 0.9% from the prior quarter to $13.67 trillion in the first three months of 2019, about in line with the pace in recent years, New York Fed data showed Tuesday.

Americans Kept Borrowing in First Quarter as New Mortgages Eased New mortgage borrowing fell to $344 billion, the least since the third quarter of 2014, even as borrowing costs dropped.

“The American economy finally has accomplished the recovery and has now entered the expansion,” said Neal Soss, chief economist with Credit Suisse in New. help cut borrowing costs. companies also.