The “Curse of Negative Equity”

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As a result, many homeowners are being forced to stay with their existing loan provoiders. The curse of negative equity prevents property mobility according to Frank Conwaym the director of the Irish.

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But it is not just the curse of negative equity. The levels of actual distress in Ireland have reached record levels. For example, the number of mortgages in arrears for more than 90 days has soared.

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As home prices fall, the risk of households with mortgages falling into negative equity is rising. This has the potential to have significant economic consequences for households and the community.

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Guest Blogs and Press. From time to time I am asked to guest blog for other people. Details of these blogs are below: Blog: Rightmove. My Post: @RightmoveAddict – Living with the Curse of Negative Equity, a Personal Story.

Research from Rightmove recently revealed that the ‘curse of negative equity’ has hit second-steppers – those who would also be ‘first-time sellers’ – hardest. 18% of second-steppers believes they are currently in negative equity and therefore reluctant or unable to come to market.

We will be discussing the impact of negative equity for years. Toluse Olorunnipa at the Miami Herald has an anecdote: The curse of negative home equity Wesley Ulloa bought her first condo for $230,000 in 2007, and watched helplessly as it lost two-thirds of its value [to about $80,000 today].

One in ten borrowers is in negative equity, a report shows. It warned that further falls in house prices could see the proportion soaring to one in three. The international ratings agency fitch said.

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