CoreLogic said, in its monthly negative equity report, that there are now approximately 46.3 million homes in the black and the dollar value of held by all homeowners increased by $741 billion.
Mortgage applications drop as interest rates rise to 9-month high rising interest. mortgage banker Association’s market composite index, a measure of loan application volume, fell 4 percent last week to its lowest point since December 2014, according to Bloomberg.
Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — CoreLogic. the value of negative equity declined overall from $341 billion in Q3 2014, representing a decrease of 11.8 percent in 12 months. Of the more than 50.
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The CoreLogic analysis also indicates approximately 172,000 U.S. homes slipped into negative equity in the fourth quarter of 2014 from the third quarter 2014, increasing the total number of mortgaged residential properties with negative equity to 5.4 million, or 10.8 percent of all mortgaged properties. This compares to 5.2 million homes, or 10.4 percent, that were reported with negative equity in Q3.
CoreLogic: Boston Homeowners Have More Equity in Q3. by James McClister December 16, 2015. Year-over-year gains in national equity were in the double digits at the end of this year’s third quarter, as a healing economy helped keep home price appreciation positive and consistent, according to a new report from CoreLogic.
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