20m Borrowers Could Be Underwater before 2012: Deutsche Bank

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San Francisco lawmakers also asked the controller to offer alternatives to help borrowers. Wells Fargo & Co., Deutsche. based bank, whose mortgage business is the largest in the U.S., declined to.

According to a new report by Deutsche Bank, and investment firm, the number of borrowers with underwater mortgages – those who owe more on their mortgage than their homes are worth – is projected to skyrocket in the next few years.

But with a further 10.8% decline in house prices expected relative to Q409 levels, another 6m borrowers are likely fall into negative equity by the end of 2011, according to commentary today by Deutsche Bank. It makes for 20m underwater borrowers total before 2012.

From HousingWire: 20m Borrowers Could Be Underwater before 2012: Deutsche Bank More than 14m borrowers were underwater as of Q110, owing more on a mortgage than the value of the underlying property. But with a further 10.8% decline in house. Continue reading

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