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

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CoreLogic: Miami 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.

For the homes in negative equity status, the national aggregate value of negative equity was $309.5 billion at the end of Q2 2015, falling approximately .5 billion from $338 billion in Q1 2015.

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.

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 with 5.4 million homes, or 10.9 percent, for Q2 2014. This compares to a negative equity share of 13.3 percent, or 6.5 million homes, in Q3 2013, representing.

The third quarter of 2014 saw more than a quarter of a million American homes return to positive equity, leaving about one in 10 still underwater, CoreLogic said in its Q3 2014 Equity Report.

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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.