A man walks past the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, June 25, 2020.
Al Drago | Reuters
The number of homeowners in government and private sector mortgage bailout plans declined for the second straight week, as borrowers who got in earliest saw their plans expire.
More borrowers, however, are getting extensions of those initial three-month plans, proving the pain in the market is not over yet.
As of Tuesday, the volume of loans in active forbearance, in which borrowers are allowed to delay their monthly payments, fell by 435,000 from the previous week, according to Black Knight, a mortgage data and technology firm. That is the largest one-week drop yet.
Roughly 4.14 million loans were in…