This would be down from 144 last year and just 6% of the total 1,612 repossessions that took place a decade ago in 2008.
In total, 23 repossessions were made between July and September – down 25.8% on the same three months in 2016.
And the annual rate of second charge mortgage repossessions as a percentage of average outstanding agreements also shrank to 0.06%, down from 0.07% at the same time in 2016.
FLA head of consumer and mortgage finance Fiona Hoyle said: “The fall in second charge mortgage repossessions in Q3 further demonstrates lenders’ commitment to helping customers in financial difficulty.
“The number of repossessions in 2017 as a whole is expected to be at a similar level, or slightly lower, than in 2016.”