Thursday, October 23, 2008

Dynamic Maps of Bank Card and Mortgage Delinquencies in the United States


I thought my readers might find this interactive map interesting. I did. The data are accurate as of the first quarter of 2008. Put your cursor over the map to zero in on specific locations. There is also a map that shows the trend from four quarters ago.

According to a press release (link here) issued by the New York Fed, the "quarterly updates will be issued approximately 10 weeks following the end of each quarter."

Anyhow, here is the interactive map (hat tip to breeze over at creditboards): Dynamic Maps of Bank Card and Mortgage Delinquencies in the United States (link here)

If you're interested in a dynamic map of subprime mortgages, you can go here: Dynamic Maps of Nonprime Mortgage Conditions in the United States (link here)

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nothing dramatic there,I was expecting much more deliquencies...

GlobCredit.com said...

Data only good through First quarter. Let's see what the future releases look like.

Sean said...

Florida's already hammered in Q1 data...don't need to see more data to know which direction this map is turning.

GlobCredit.com said...

Sean, no doubt about it. This is just Q1. I can only imagine what Q3 looks like.

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