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Black Knight Financial Services Data & Analytics
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comprehensive, actionable data and analytic solutions to improve your strategic and tactical performance; identify, reduce and mitigate risk; satisfy regulatory scrutiny; leverage cost savings; and create revenue generation opportunities
comprehensive, actionable data and analytic solutions to improve your strategic and tactical performance; identify, reduce and mitigate risk; satisfy regulatory scrutiny; leverage cost savings; and create revenue generation opportunities

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Black Knight Financial Services’ First Look at April #Mortgage Data shows that a calendar-driven spike in #mortgage delinquencies resulted in the largest monthly rise in more than 8 years http://bit.ly/2riMCwW
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Black Knight’s March #Mortgage Monitor shows that the overall equity outlook for HELOCs continues to improve – only 10% of 2017 resets are underwater, as compared to 18% of 2016 resets http://bit.ly/2oYdDQA
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Black Knight February #HPI: #Boston home prices are 37.4% above where they were at the national market bottom, and they set a new metro area market peak http://bit.ly/2oF6rcW #realestate
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Delinquency rates of 2006 vintage HELOCs – which reset last year – jumped by 74%, according to Black Knight’s March #Mortgage Monitor http://bit.ly/2oYdDQA
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Black Knight’s February #HPI shows that #Atlanta home prices are 52.6% above where they were at the national market bottom and down 2.1% from the June 2007 market peak in the metro area http://bit.ly/2oF6rcW #realestate
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According to Black Knight’s March #Mortgage Monitor, the average HELOC originated in Q4 2016 had an approved line amount over $120k, only marginally below the all-time high recorded in Q1 2016 http://bit.ly/2oYdDQA
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Black Knight’s March #Mortgage Monitor shows that the average credit score on Q4 2016 HELOC originations was 787, just one point off the all-time high http://bit.ly/2oYdDQA
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Black Knight’s February #HPI: Miami home prices are just over 59.3% above the national market bottom and down 17.8% from the #Miami market peak in May 2006 http://bit.ly/2oF6rcW #realestate
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Black Knight February HPI: #WashingtonDC home prices are 22.1% above the national market bottom and down 11.3% from the metro area’s market peak in May 2006, according to Black Knight’s January http://bit.ly/2oF6rcW #realestate
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