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And if Zillow’s estimates of the number of underwater borrowers are correct — First American CoreLogic has estimated that 7.6 million U.S. households were underwater on their mortgages as of Oct.
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About 8.31 million properties had negative equity at the end of 2008, up 9 percent from 7.63 million at the end of September, according to the study, released Wednesday by First American CoreLogic. The percentage of "underwater" borrowers rose to 20 percent from 18 percent.
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Negative equity, often referred to as "underwater" or "upside down," means that borrowers. million, or 22.5 percent in the third quarter. In Philadelphia and its four Pennsylvania suburban counties.
CHICAGO – Twenty percent of all mortgaged U.S. residential properties were underwater at the end. That’s more than 8.3 million mortgages that were upside down at the end of the year, compared with.
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The percentage of "underwater" borrowers rose to 20 percent from 18 percent. Another 2.16 million properties could go underwater if home prices fall another 5 percent, the study shows.
They could prolong a refinancing boom that may be stalling by creating new opportunities for some of the nearly 11 million so-called underwater homeowners. Another avenue for aiding borrowers would.
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· 1.2 million Florida mortgage borrowers have negative equity, study says. 6.. Nearly a third of Florida mortgage borrowers owed more on their loans than their homes were worth in the third quarter. Fully 1.2 million of Florida’s 4.2 million mortgages – 29.2 percent – were upside down,