The nation’s balance of delinquent loans shrank by another 37% in the three-month period ending in May while the market still is catching up with the consequences of bad underwriting during 2005-2007.

Equifax's May National Consumer Credit Trends Report shows the total volume of severely delinquent first-mortgage loans declined to $450 billion from the peak of more than $700 billion in January 2010.

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