CoreLogic: 5.1M properties remain in negative equity in Q3 2014

FHA REO inventory up 47% from one year ago FHA released the December Report to the FHA commissioner, and according to the report FHA’s SF REO inventory plunged to 32,170 at the end of December – the lowest reo property count since December 2007, and 47% lower than at the end of December 2010. Here is a table derived from the latest and past reports.

As of the end of 2013, CoreLogic estimates the number of mortgaged residential properties with equity totaled. the share of homes with equity versus underwater homes was mostly unchanged from Q3 to.

Rental prices remain negative year-on-year in Brisbane, Perth, and Darwin. The wrap With discounting and price deflation still in evidence in the retail sector, residential construction likely to slow from here, and rents going nowhere fast, we’re likely going to need to see stronger wages growth before inflation picks up meaningfully.

properties regaining equity in Q3 2016. The number of mortgaged residential properties. negative equity CoreLogic analysis indicates that. Q3 2014 Q4 2014 Q1 2015 Q2 2015 Q3 2015 Q4 2015 Q1.

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 · CoreLogic: 5.1M properties remain in negative equity in Q3 2014 CoreLogic: Underwater mortgage share down to 10.2% in 1Q15 Trey Garrison was a Senior Financial Reporter for HousingWire.com.

 · The CoreLogic analysis indicates that approximately 5.1 million homes, or 10.3 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage, were still in negative equity as of Q3 2014 compared to 5.4 million homes, or 10.9 percent, for Q2 2014.

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MAAR officials added that home prices could remain soft as. amount of time, with negative equity disappearing around 2015, CoreLogic said. The slide in values and record-low interest rates may.

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Compared with Q1 2016, negative equity decreased 24% from 4.1 million homes (or 8.1% of all mortgaged properties). "One million borrowers achieved positive equity over the last year, which means mortgage risk continues to steadily decline as a result of increasing home prices," says Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic.

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 · CoreLogic reported that 10.8 percent of all residential homes were underwater in Q4 (about 5.4 million properties), which was down from 13.3 percent in the same quarter a.