Magazine article Mortgage Banking

Top Core-Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) by Percentage of Loans Resetting within Next Year: Single-Family Detached (May 2010 Data)

Magazine article Mortgage Banking

Top Core-Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) by Percentage of Loans Resetting within Next Year: Single-Family Detached (May 2010 Data)

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Ranked by Percentage of Outstanding Prime Loans Resetting Within the
Next 12 Months *

Rank  CBSA                        Percentage of all Loans Resetting in
                                  Next 12 Months

1     Las Vegas--Paradise, NV                                       5%

2     Naples--Marco Island, FL                                      4%

3     San Jose--Sunnyvale--Santa                                    4%
      Clara, CA

4     Salinas, CA                                                   4%

5     San Diego--Carlsbad--San                                      4%
      Marcos, CA

6     Cape Coral--Fort Myers,                                       4%
      FL

7     Bend, OR                                                      4%

8     Reno-Sparks, NV                                               4%

9     Oakland-Fremont-Hayward,                                      4%
      CA

10    Napa, CA                                                      4%

11    Santa Cruz-Watsonville,                                       4%
      CA

12    West Palm Beach--Boca                                         4%
      Raton--Boynton Beach, FL

13    San Francisco--San                                            4%
      Mateo--Redwood City, CA

14    Vallejo-Fairfield, CA                                         4%

15    Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale,                                      4%
      AZ

16    Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA                                       4%

17    Palm Coast, FL                                                4%

18    Fort Lauderdale--Pompano                                      3%
      Beach--Deerfield Beach,
      FL

19    Santa Barbara--Santa                                          3%
      Maria--Goleta, CA

20    Santa                                                         3%
      Ana--Anaheim--Irvine, CA

21    Merced, CA                                                    3%

22    Punta Gorda, FL                                               3%

23    Stockton, CA                                                  3%

24    Oxnard--Thousand                                              3%
      Oaks--Ventura, CA

25    San Luis Obispo--Paso                                         3%
      Robles, CA

Ranked by Percentage of Outstanding Alt-A Loans Resetting Within the
Next 12 Months *

Rank  CBSA                                Percentage of all Loans
                                          Resetting in Next 12 Months

1     Atlanta--Sandy Springs--Marietta,                           14%
      GA

2     Athens--Clarke County, GA                                   13%

3     Gainesville, GA                                             13%

4     Washington-Arlington-Alexandria,                            12%
      DC-VA-MD-WV

5     Bethesda-Rockville-Frederick, MD                            12%

6     Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ                                 12%

7     Las Vegas--Paradise, NV                                     12%

8     Winchester, VA-WV                                           12%

9     Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV                               11%

10    Jacksonville, FL                                            11%

11    Auburn-Opelika, AL                                          11%

12    Orlando-Kissimmee, FL                                       10%

13    Boise City--Nampa, ID                                       10%

14    Colorado Springs, CO                                        10%

15    Tampa--St. … 
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