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Deutsche Sees 48% of All US Mortgages Underwater in 2011

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Half Of US Homeowners Will Be Underwater By 2011. About 75.5 million of these are homeowners. Approximately 68% of the 76 million, or 51.6 million, have mortgages. 14 million U.S. homeowners, 27% of those with mortgages, were underwater at the end of Q1 (DB estimates) DB estimates that nearly half of the 52 million mortgagors will be underwater by the end of next year.

The percentage of U.S. homeowners that owe more than their house is worth will nearly double to 48 percent in 2011 from 26 percent at the end of March as home prices continue to fall, Deutsche.

Close to a million home loans in the United States were in some stage of the foreclosure process in early 2011. to see the banks foreclosing on the most homes The banks foreclosing on the most.

Here’s the breakdown: As you can see, a very small portion. be quite weak throughout 2011. The survey also revealed how borrowers views on foreclosure and mortgage modification have evolved. When.

Half Of All U.S. Mortgages ‘Underwater’ By 2011: deutsche bank jody Shenn bloomberg.com Aug. 5 (Bloomberg) — Almost half of U.S. homeowners with a mortgage are likely to owe more than their properties are worth before the housing recession ends, Deutsche Bank AG said.

Underwater borrowers — or those who owed more on their mortgages than their houses were worth — fell by almost 4 million last year to 7 million, and could drop to 4 million by the end of 2015,

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-90% of borrowers in seven real estate markets (including las vegas, Miami and others) will be underwater by 2011-28% of all US homeowners with a mortgage will owe more than 125% of their property’s value by 2011-home prices are set to decline another 14%-69% of subprime loans will be underwater by 2011 Deutsche Bank believes that default levels will continue to ramp higher while people continue to deal with a litany of different issues.