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CoreLogic: Underwater mortgages back above 11 million in 4Q

Home Equity Loan Revival Is Expected As Home Prices Rise – It was up from $12 billion a year earlier and $11. underwater homes are back in positive territory. CoreLogic (CLGX), a property data provider, says 2.5 million homes returned to positive equity in.

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This town, 59 feet above sea level. tremendous amount to pay the mortgage,” Mr. Martinez, 33, said. First American CoreLogic, a real estate data company, has calculated that 7.6 million properties.

CoreLogic: Another quarter million homes no longer underwater. – That’s among the 63% of all homeowners with a mortgage, data from CoreLogic tracks. Americans collectively enjoyed an equity increase of 11.8% year-over-year, a gain of $870.6 billion since the.

–Over Two-Thirds of Above-Average LTV Loans Have Above-Market Interest Rates– CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), a leading provider of information, analytics and business services, today released negative equity data showing that 10.7 million, or 22.1 percent, of all residential properties with a mortgage were in negative equity at the end of the third quarter of 2011.

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half of the overall underwater population. As of the end of 2011, there were approximately 4.6 million underwater borrowers with Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac backed loans. Of those, 2.5 million have mortgages with current LTVs above 115 percent, and the remaining 2.1 million have mortgages with current LTVs between 100 and 115 percent.

But for 9.7 million homeowners, happy times aren’t here again. Those are the wretched borrowers – almost 20 percent of households with a mortgage – who owe more than their homes are worth.

A recent estimate from CoreLogic. housing back: unemployment and high prices. There are several other factors that I believe are also contributing to the poor environment right now. Consumer.

Some interesting data on borrowers with and without home equity loans from CoreLogic: “Of the 11.1 million upside-down borrowers, there are 6.7 million first liens without home equity loans. This group of borrowers has an average mortgage balance of $219,000 and is underwater by an average of $51,000 or an LTV ratio of 130 percent.

CoreLogic data includes more than 50 million properties with a mortgage, which accounts for more than 95 percent of all mortgages in the U.S. CoreLogic uses public record data as the source of the.

Mortgage applications drop as interest rates rise to 9-month high "This drop. of total applications, from 42.7 percent the previous week. The adjustable-rate mortgage (arm) share of activity increased to 8.4 percent of total applications. The average loan size.