Standard & Poor’s found that default rates on U.S. residential mortgage loans continued to fall in June, but the firm is cautious about the remaining threat posed by shadow inventory.

The report said that low cure and liquidation rates were the cause of the high unresolved levels of distressed properties, particularly in judicial states where local foreclosure proceeding laws usually delay loan resolutions. 

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