NEW YORK - The Federal National Mortgage Association reported that the delinquency rate for conventional single-family mortgages dropped to 0.58% in June, from 0.60% in May.

Fannie Mae attributed the June level, near the historical low of 0.57%, to "good underwriting" procedures and an average 28% down payment on outstanding mortgages.

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