RealtyTrac: Foreclosure filings near 5-year low US foreclosure filings hit 5-year low in September. had been delayed by a state law that took effect in July 2011 and allowed borrowers facing foreclosure to request mediation, RealtyTrac noted

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. lot more common to hear about underwater mortgages than free and clear homeowners.. In fact, a Deutsche Bank analyst warned at the time that 48% of U.S.. are now “free and clear,” meaning they don't carry a mortgage at all.. like the 15-year fixed while barely seeing their monthly payment budge.

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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. The percentage of "underwater" loans may rise to 48 percent, or 25 million homes, as prices drop through the first quarter of 2011, Karen Weaver and Ying Shen, analysts in New York at Deutsche Bank, wrote in a report today.

Residential real estate site released a discouraging report on the future of the housing market in the United States. The web site compiles information regarding home prices, mortgage.

Freddie Mac posts net income of $7.7B in 2014 Federally chartered investor freddie Mac reports that cash-outs grew to 17 percent of all. depending upon the borrowers’ credit and income profiles. Cyndee Kendall, Northern California regional.

For the 14th consecutive quarter, national US home values declined 3.2%. Zillow Sees 3.6% Dip in US Home Prices as More Underwater Mortgages Come up for Air. Of all the 144 markets zillow tracks, 99 posted year-over-year declines.. Deutsche Sees 48% of All US Mortgages Underwater in 2011.

According to Bloomberg News, Deutsche Bank analysts expect U.S. home prices to fall through the first quarter of 2011. Prices will fall an additional 14 percent, on average, the bank says. It says 48.

According to data from First American CoreLogic, about 15.2 million U.S. mortgages, or 32.2% of all mortgaged properties, were in a "negative equity" position in June 2009. More pessimistically, the expected percentage of "underwater" loans may rise to 48% or 25 million homes according to a study released by deutsche bank earlier this year.