Residential delinquencies increased for the 11th straight quarter, hitting an all-time high of 6.25% for the period ending Sept. 30, according to new figures released by TransUnion.

Basing its findings on a random sample of 27 million credit files, the company found that Nevada leads the nation in delinquencies (14.5%) with Florida a somewhat close second with 13.3%. Year-over-year, mortgage delinquencies are up 58% and are expected to continue rising until the national job picture improves.

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