CoreLogic: Fewer homes underwater In real estate on September 12, 2012 at 4:35 pm SANTA ANA, Calif. – Sept. 12, 2012 – CoreLogic says 10.8 million (22.3 percent) of all residential properties with a mortgage had negative equity (underwater) at the end of the second quarter 2012.
fewer homeowners in Miami-Dade County are reporting underwater mortgages. A new report from CoreLogic states home values in the United States have been rapidly increasing, which has helped alleviate.
The newest report from CoreLogic says 2.5 million more homes escaped the depths in the second quarter. Now 14.5 percent of mortgaged homes are underwater. than a third of all the negative equity.
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The national aggregate value fell 0.9 percent over the quarter and 7.1 percent since Q1 2016. In total, the number of underwater residential mortgages. home prices,” Nothaft said. “Pockets of.
CoreLogic data includes more than 50 million properties with a mortgage, which accounts for more than 95 percent of all mortgages in the U.S. CoreLogic uses public record data as the source of the MDO, which includes both first-mortgage liens and second liens, and is adjusted for amortization and home equity utilization in order to capture the.
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CoreLogic: miami homeowners shake Off Water and Regain Equity. by James McClister June 16, 2015. CoreLogic’s newest equity report finds rising home values have pushed 90 percent of homeowners into positive equity
A total of four million U.S. homes returned to positive equity in 2013, bringing the total number of mortgaged residential properties with equity to 42.7 million, according to a report from CoreLogic. Approximately 6.5 million homes, or 13.3 percent of all mortgaged homes, remained in negative.
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Nationally, the share of mortgages with negative equity fell 21 percent year-over-year to 2.5 million homes or 4.9 percent in the fourth quarter, according to CoreLogic’s Home Equity report.