WASHINGTON – Rhode Island has a greater percentage of serious delinquent mortgages than most New England states and the United States on average, representing a measure that reflects economic distress. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau last month launched a new tool showing mortgage performance nationwide. Rhode Island’s percentage of mortgages of at least 90 days…
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