delinquency


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Synonyms for delinquency

Synonyms for delinquency

nonperformance of what ought to be done

Synonyms for delinquency

nonpayment of a debt when due

a tendency to be negligent and uncaring

an antisocial misdeed in violation of the law by a minor

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The ABA report defines a delinquency as a late payment that is 30 days or more overdue.
The delinquency rate for US commercial real estate loans in CMBS moved up three basis points in August to 5.
Over the last 27 months, the delinquency rate has fallen 23 times," Trepp said.
Delinquencies on retail CMBS, long the lowest delinquency rate of the major property types, soared by 49 bps.
To address this need and provide comprehensive information on female delinquency, OJJDP created its Girls Study Group in 2004.
Loans held by life companies, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have remained relatively strong throughout the downturn with 60+ day delinquency rates that are well below the 1 percent mark.
Home equity, home improvement, mobile home and personal loans are included in the composite delinquency rate, which hit 4.
Credit unions have traditionally had lower credit card delinquency rates than the card industry overall.
com indicates that mortgage delinquency rates rose again in the first quarter.
While delinquency rates on residential mortgages in New Hampshire rose during the fourth quarter of 2006, they remained below the national average and were the third-lowest in New England, according to the most recent National Delinquency Survey of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America.
Several major enhancements will improve delinquency reporting capabilities, report scheduler functionality and overall site navigation.
During the fourth quarter of 2003, the seniors housing and care industries had a combined delinquency rate of 4.
We describe the results of the evaluation of a service-learning project designed to facilitate delinquency prevention and to promote resiliency in at-risk youth in our community.
Although rigorous evaluations of LRE are limited, what evidence exists suggests that LRE has potential to prevent delinquency and problem behavior.
Since the latter half of the nineteenth century, the police have been the foremost public authorities who regulate juvenile crime and delinquency.