CoreLogic: 791,000 underwater homes return to positive equity

What is Home EquityCoreLogic Reports 791,000 More Residential Properties Return. – CoreLogic Reports 791,000 More Residential Properties Return To Positive Equity In Third Quarter Of 2013. Negative equity, often referred to as "underwater" or "upside down," means that.

CoreLogic: 300,000 homes return to positive equity in Q1. More than 300,000 homes returned to positive equity this past first quarter, but millions of borrowers remain underwater or have so little equity in their homes that they can’t consider selling, according to CoreLogic.

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 · The fourth-quarter national negative-equity share was virtually unchanged from the third quarter of 2013, due to a small slowdown in the growth rate of the Home Price Index, according to CoreLogic.

 · A new study released by CoreLogic, an Irvine real estate and mortgage data firm, estimated that 791,000 homes moved from negative to positive equity status during the third quarter of this year alone, and more than 3 million have done so since the beginning of 2013.

In total, the number of underwater properties grew by 1.6 percent to 2.2. homeowners from being underwater and restore positive equity.”. corelogic predicts the number of homes with negative equity will.. Back to top.

CoreLogic has released a new analysis showing approximately 100,000 more borrowers reached a state of positive equity during the third quarter of 2012, adding to the more than 1.3 million borrowers that moved into positive equity through the second quarter of 2012.

At NerdWallet. home minus what you still owe on your mortgage is your equity – if it’s a positive number. But if you owe more than your home is worth, you don’t have any equity. Instead, you’re.

Mortgage applications drop after big jump Case-Shiller: Home prices continue to slow as housing stalls Growth in home sales prices continued to slow across the nation in September, marking nine straight months of deceleration, data from S&P/Case-Shiller showed Tuesday. digit annual price gains..

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