CoreLogic: 10.4 million mortgages still in negative equity

10.4 million mortgages were still in negative equity – where the homeowner owes more on his mortgage than the home is worth. This is however down from 10.6 million or 22 percent at the end of Q3 2012.

From CoreLogic: Homeowner Equity Q2 2018 CoreLogic analysis shows U.S. homeowners with mortgages (roughly 63 percent of all properties) have seen their equity increase by a total of nearly $981 billion since the second quarter 2017, an increase of 12.3 percent, year over year.Homeowners Emerge from the negative equity trap: In the second quarter 2018, the total number of mortgaged.

negative equity decrease in aggregate value of negative equity CoreLogic analysis indicates that approximately 3.1 million homes, or 6.1 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage, were still in negative equity at the end of the rst quarter of 2017. Negative equity means that a borrower owes more on a home than it is worth.

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About 200,000 more households moved out of negative equity in the fourth quarter of 2012, bringing the total properties that were no longer "underwater" on mortgage debt to 1.7 million in 2012, according to CoreLogic’s latest quarterly update. That leaves 10.4 million, or 21.5 percent of all.

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CoreLogic: "2.8 million Homes still in negative equity" at end of Q2 2017 From CoreLogic: corelogic reports 2.8 Million Residential Properties with a Mortgage Still in Negative EquityCoreLogic. today released its Q2 2017 home equity analysis which shows U.S. homeowners with mortgages.

 · By Peter Ricci. Negative equity mortgages declined in the second quarter, falling from 11.4 million properties to 10.8 million, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.. Additionally, 1.8 million borrowers are only 5 percent underwater on their mortgages, and if recent home price increasescontinue, chances are they could move out of their negative equity position.

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While the numbers are improving, many home owners are still underwater: About 21.5 percent-or 10.4 million-of all residential properties with a mortgage still retained negative equity at the end of the fourth quarter of 2012. That number is down 22 percent, year-over-year.

the value of the residence increased to 10.8 percent in Q4 from 10.4 percent in Q3. The total number of underwater properties increased to 5.4 million during the quarter from 5.2 million in the prior quarter. Still, negative equity was down from Q4 2013 when 13.4%, or 6.6 million properties, were underwater.