Providence-Warwick mortgage delinquency rate improves

Mortgage delinquency rates fell nationally in February 2017./CORELOGIC
Mortgage delinquency rates fell nationally in February 2017./CORELOGIC
IRVINE, Calif. – The percentage of mortgage holders in delinquency in Rhode Island fell to 6.1 percent in February, down almost a full percentage point from February 2016. Despite the improvement, the Providence-Warwick geographic area remained above the national average of 5 percent for mortgages that were delinquent for at least 30 days, according to…

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  1. Hi Mary,

    Why do we refer to it as the “Providence-Warwick” area??

    In fact, it is the PROVIDENCE METRO. Warwick is simply a suburb in the metro, no more so than New Bedford or Woonsocket.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Steve Castigioni
    Providence