Rise in hurricane recovery times could strain mortgage servicers

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The average recovery time for a property damaged by a hurricane has been 10.7 months, which means some borrowers in states affected by last year’s storms are still in the repair stage, according to BuildFax’s examination of 11 major hurricanes between 2000 and 2018.

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Rise in hurricane recovery times could strain mortgage servicers The potential for longer homeowner recovery times from hurricanes could hurt mortgage companies that need to advance funds to investors from missed payments.

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The average recovery time for a property damaged by a hurricane has been 10.7 months, which means some borrowers in states affected by last year’s storms are still in the repair stage, according to BuildFax’s examination of 11 major hurricanes between 2000 and 2018.

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 · Now, Black Knight Financial Services predicts the mortgage industry could see up to 300,000 new delinquencies as a result of the storm, with 160,000 borrowers becoming seriously past due.

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