The number has dropped from six million to 4.6 million since 2016
by Marian McPherson | Nov 22
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
The U.S. had 11.5 percent of its housing stock seriously underwater at the end of 2015
by Inman | Jan 28
More than 90 percent of all mortgaged properties nationwide now have positive equity
by Amy Tankersley | Sep 15
Zillow: Negative equity rate falls to lowest level since housing bubble burst
by Amy Tankersley | Sep 3
How this market segment continues to impact inventory, rentals, refis and more
by Daren Blomquist | Aug 10
RealtyTrac's 2Q report sheds light on national landscape
by Erik Pisor | Jul 29
New CoreLogic report reveals recovering and struggling markets
by Erik Pisor | Jun 16
Black Knight: Homeowners with negative equity more likely to default
by Teke Wiggin | Jun 2
Many homeowners are still underwater, builders gearing up as foreclosure activity has slowed
by Rick Sharga | May 23
Nearly one-third of mortgaged homes in lower price tier worth less than what's owed
by Inman | May 20