More Homes Going Into Negative Equity in Certain Markets: Zillow

Passy, Jacob
March 2015
Nationalmortgagenews.com;3/20/2015, p6
The article reports that many housing markets have seen more homes going into negative equity in certain markets, according to analytic firm Zillow. Topics covered include the growth of negative equity rate in the fourth quarter of 2014, a decline in the negative equity rate at a slower pace according to Zillow chief economist Dr. Stan Humphries, and implication of large number of cities experiencing worsening negative equity rates.


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