The total dollar amount of outstanding mortgage subprime loans in the nation fell to $714 billion at June 30, a 45% decline from the peak back in 2007, according to figures compiled by National Mortgage News and the Quarterly Data Report.

National Mortgage News/QDR also found that subprime delinquencies held steady at about 33% with foreclosures rising slightly to 13%.

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