Black Knight: R.I. had 8th-highest non-current loan percentage in March

RHODE ISLAND MORTGAGE PAYERS lagged behind the national average, despite posting a decline in non-current loan percentage. /COURTESY BLACK KNIGHT FINANCIAL SERVICES
RHODE ISLAND MORTGAGE PAYERS lagged behind the national average, despite posting a decline in non-current loan percentage. /COURTESY BLACK KNIGHT FINANCIAL SERVICES
PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island once again ranked the eighth-highest non-current loan percentage in the country for the month of March, Black Knight Financial Services reported on Wednesday. The share of mortgage holders in Rhode Island who are 90 days or more behind on payment in the state is 6.3 percent, which is a 16 percent…

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