Homeowner Equity Reaches All-Time High in Q2; Rates End Week Near Best Levels

Total home equity, not surprisingly, increased again in the second quarter of the year. CoreLogic’s quarterly Homeowner Equity Insights report, which looks only at properties with one or more mortgages, puts the aggregate increase at $428 billion year-over-year, a 4.8 percent gain. The company says that 63 percent of residential properties have a mortgage. “Home values have continued to rise in most parts of the country this year and we are seeing the benefit in higher home equity levels. The western half of the U.S. has experienced particularly strong gains in home equity recently,” according to CoreLogic CEO and President Frank Martell. In July 2019, South Dakota and Connecticut were the only two states to post annual home price declines. These losses mirror the states’ home equity performances
Homeowner Equity Reaches All-Time High in Q2; Rates End Week Near Best Levels
Homeowner Equity Reaches All-Time High in Q2; Rates End Week Near Best Levels

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