Homeowner Equity is on the Rise, Slightly Faster Than Home Prices
June 10, 2019 Comments Off on Homeowner Equity is on the Rise, Slightly Faster Than Home Prices Posted To: MND NewsWire The increase in homeowner equity has slightly exceeded the pace of housing appreciation.
Homeowners’ Equity Continues to Improve By Jing Fu on September 25, 2017 The Board of Governors of the federal reserve system published the Financial Accounts of the United States for the second quarter of 2017. The balance sheet of U.S. households with real estate continues to improve as the increases in home prices continue.
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Homeowner Equity is on the Rise, Slightly Faster Than Home Prices The increase in homeowner equity has slightly exceeded the pace of housing appreciation. CoreLogic says that the 63 percent of homeowners nationally who have a mortgage on their property saw their equity grow by 5.6 percent between the first quarter of 2018 and the same quarter in 2019.