A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau found that nearly a quarter of Americans were behind on their mortgage payments when they first moved into their own home.

The average loan amount was $1,300, which was higher than the average for all households surveyed, but below the $3,600 average for those with credit cards.

For those without credit cards, the average loan was $2,200, while for those who do have credit cards the average was $3.20.

The study, which surveyed more than 4,000 people, said the average balance on a mortgage loan was about $50,000 in the third quarter of 2018.

For the average household, the typical loan was just over $75,000.

The survey found that in the fourth quarter of 2017, the median household was $82,000 behind on payments.

The median loan amount for people with credit card debt was $5,600.

It was the third straight quarter in which Americans with credit-card debt were more likely to have their payments be delinquent.

Credit card debt is not only a problem for those without access to credit, but for those that do, it’s even worse.

About one in four Americans with debt is delinquent on their mortgages, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and those with the highest amount of debt are more likely than others to be unemployed or underemployed.

That’s not surprising, considering that those with less income are the most likely to be saddled with debt, according a report by the American Bankers Association.

People who have little or no credit are also more likely, the report said.

It’s not just credit cards that are a problem, either.

A majority of Americans have trouble paying their bills and are often in debt.

In fact, the U-turn that many Americans took when they were homeowners was to move into a new home rather than a smaller one.

This year, the Federal Reserve said the housing market was starting to stabilize, but many of those who were able to move out have been left with significant debts.

Some were able in part because they had a mortgage and could afford it.

Others have had difficulty finding work, as well.

The National Credit Union Administration, which serves households that have a mortgage, said it had nearly 3 million credit card and mortgage balances, and that it is expecting more credit card balances to be collected this year.

And there are still concerns about how consumers can pay for their mortgages.

The U.N. agency said in April that the median U.K. household owed nearly $500 a month in interest on their credit cards and mortgages, and the average U.C.L.A. study of more than 600 people found that over a quarter were over the line.

It said that the number of people with a balance in their credit card accounts was likely much higher.