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(English) Negative Equity in the U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Months Shadow Inventory by State [INFOGRAPHIC]

Months Supply Shadow Inventory by State

Attention Readers: At the end of last year, we posted a graphic showing Shadow Inventory levels for each state. This graphic is a much more accurate measure.

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(English) House Sales in the U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Foreclosures in Process by State

Methodology as per CoreLogic: The foreclosure inventory represents the number and ratio of homes that have been placed into the process of foreclosure by the mortgage servicer. Mortgage servicers start the foreclosure process when the mortgage reaches a specific level of serious delinquency as dictated by the investor for the mortgage loan … The foreclosure inventory is measured only against homes that have an outstanding mortgage. Homes with no mortgage liens can never be in foreclosure and are therefore excluded from the analysis.

For further information, go to www.corelogic.com

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(English) Home Price Changes by State

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(English) States with the Highest Loan Balances

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(English) Where Are People Moving To and From?

For a larger version, click on the image.

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(English) Belief That «Now Is the Time to Buy» by Age Group [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Home Down Payments by State

Disculpa, pero esta entrada está disponible sólo en Inglés Estadounidense. The KCM CrewWe believe every family should feel confident when buying & selling a home. KCM helps real estate professionals reach these families & enables the agent to simply & effectively explain a complex housing market. Take a 14-Day Free Trial of our monthly membership […]

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(English) Negative Equity: State By State [INFOGRAPHIC]

The above map shows the percentage of homes with a mortgage in each state that are in a ‘negative equity’ situation meaning that the value of the home is less than the mortgage amount. Approximately 30% of the homes in the country don’t have a mortgage on them.

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(English) Best Post of 2011: InfoGraphic

This week we are posting the best blogs of 2011 by category. We hope you enjoy them as much as you did when we first posted them. – The KCM Crew

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(English) Houses Are On Sale Across the Country [INFOGRAPHIC]

The graphic depicts pricing of all homes from their ‘peak through current declines’ as per Case Shiller. This index looks at prices in 20 major metropolitan areas.

Each market peaked at different times. Therefore, the InfoGraphic doesn’t cover one segment of time. Here is a site where you can see when each market actually peaked:

http://www.housingviews.com/2011/11/29/how-the-cities-did-in-the-latest-release/how-cities-did-september-2011/

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(English) Challenges Also Seen in the Larger Mortgages

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(English) Prices: Where They Have Been and Where They Are Headed

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(English) It’s Time to Buy a Home!

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(English) Long Term Benefits of Buying vs Renting [INFOGRAPHIC]

Disculpa, pero esta entrada está disponible sólo en Inglés Estadounidense. The KCM CrewWe believe every family should feel confident when buying & selling a home. KCM helps real estate professionals reach these families & enables the agent to simply & effectively explain a complex housing market. Take a 14-Day Free Trial of our monthly membership […]

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(English) Did You Actually Save Money By Waiting to Buy? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) The Vicious Cycle of Foreclosures [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Negative Equity: The Percentage of All Homes [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Why Do Families Actually Buy a Home? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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(English) Discounted Competition Is About to Enter the Market

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(English) Homeownership: Why Wait?

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(English) Do What He Did, Not What He Said

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(English) The Cycle of Investments

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(English) Why You Need a Good Negotiator in Today’s Market

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