According to CoreLogic’s recently released Homeowner Equity Report for the fourth quarter of 2021, U.S. homeowners with theft (approximately 63% of all real estate) have seen their equity increase by 39.3% annually, representing a net income of more than $ 330 million. , and an average income of $ 533,300 in debt, from the fourth quarter of 2020.

U.S. home prices rose 18% annually in the fourth quarter of 2021, from the 8% annual average recorded in the fourth quarter of 2020 up to one million homeowners are underwater on their loans. Landowners in the West saw large prizes worth dollars, led by Hawaii, California, and Washington. The year-over-year credit price rose 19.1% in January 2022 according to CoreLogic’s newly-released Price Index, but growth is expected to be delayed over the next 12 months.

“Home prices will rise 18% in 2021 on the CoreLogic Home Price Index, the largest annual record in its 45-year history, leading to a significant increase in home real estate,” said Drs. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. “For low-income homeowners, home equity has always been a major source of wealth.”

Negative equity, also known as an underwater or upside-down mortgage, applies to borrowers who owe more on their marijuana money than the value of their real estate. For the fourth quarter of 2021, the negative equity share, and quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year changes, are as follows:

• Quarterly change: From the third quarter of 2021 to the fourth quarter of 2021, the number of homes where burglars were found decreased by 3% to 1.1 million homes or 2.1% of all buildings occupied.

• Annual change: In the fourth quarter of 2020, 1.5 million homes, or 2.8% of all burglary facilities, were in poor condition. This number dropped 24.9%, or approximately 380 buildings, in the fourth quarter of 2021.

• Negative equity distribution: Of negative equity loans in the second quarter of 2021, 42% had a debt-to-value ratio of less than 125%, and 58% had a debt-to-value ratio of 125% or more.

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