CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), a Santa Ana-based provider of information, analytics and business services, today released negative equity data showing that 11.1 million, or 22.8 percent, of all.
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The number of underwater homes continues to slip, with 791,000 properties regaining equity during the third quarter, corelogic reports. Currently, about 13 percent of all homes with a mortgage – or 6.4 million – remain in negative equity compared to 14.7 percent – or 7.2 million – at the end of the second quarter.
One Million Homes Back Above Waterline in 2016 mar 9 2017, 11:29AM The once- epidemic level of underwater properties retreated further into history in 2016 as another 1 million homeowners regained.
CoreLogic said 11.1 million residential properties, or 23.1% of all U.S. homes, were in negative equity at Dec. 31, up from 10.8 million, or 22.5%, the prior quarter. The total negative equity.
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7.6 Million Borrowers Underwater on Mortgages: Study More than 8.3 million U.S. mortgages or 20 percent of all mortgaged properties were in a negative equity position at year-end 2008, according to data released by First American CoreLogic Wednesday.
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Rising U.S. home prices last year helped more homeowners get back above water on their mortgages in the fourth quarter, a fresh sign of improvement in the housing market, data from CoreLogic.
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CoreLogic: Underwater mortgages back above 11 million in 4Q According to CoreLogic report, nearly 22.8% or 11.1 million of the entire mortgage residential properties in the U.S. were underwater in the October-December quarter, up from 22.1% or 10.7.
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