CoreLogic: 28.3 percent of mortgaged homes in Miami underwater

The total number of mortgaged residential properties with negative equity stood at 4.3 million, or 8.5 percent, in Q4 2015. This is an increase of 2.9 percent quarter over quarter from 4.2 million homes, or 8.3 percent, in Q3 2015* and a decrease of 19.1 percent year over year from 5.3 million homes, or 10.7 percent, compared with Q4 2014.

CoreLogic’s home equity analysis for the Quarter One, shows that the 63 percent of the country’s homeowners who carry a mortgage gained $766.4 billion in equity over that period, an average of.

In Q2 2016, the total number of mortgaged residential properties with negative equity stood at 3.6 million, or 7.1 percent of all homes with a mortgage. This is a decrease of 13.2 percent quarter.

 · 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, collectively owing $428 billion more than.

The amount of equity in mortgaged real estate increased by about $486 billion in Q1 2019 from Q1 2018, an annual increase of 5.6%, according to the latest CoreLogic Equity Report.

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That brings the total of mortgaged residences worth more than their mortgage balance to 38.1 million, according to the latest report from CoreLogic. That compares to 39.8 million homes underwater.

Despite the sharp rebound in housing prices in Miami in recent years, 28.3 percent of mortgaged homes in the area were still underwater in the third quarter of 2014, according to CoreLogic.

Irvine, Ca-based CoreLogic. of 19 percent year over year from 4.5 million homes, or 8.9 percent, compared with Q2 2015. Negative equity, often referred to as "underwater" or "upside down," applies.

CoreLogic, Irvine, Calif., said 268,000 homeowners regained equity in the first quarter, bringing the total mortgaged residential properties with to 46.7 million, or 92 percent of all mortgaged properties. Nationwide, CoreLogic said home equity increased year over year by $762 billion in the first quarter.

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Negative equity, often referred to as being “underwater” or “upside down,” is a term used for borrowers who owe more on their mortgages than their homes are. Massachusetts. Miami-Miami.

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 · The good news, as the Wall Street Journal reports, is that, according to American CoreLogic’s revised calculations, that figure is actually 10.7 million Americans — or about 23 percent of U.S. mortgage holders.