20m Borrowers Could Be Underwater before 2012: Deutsche Bank

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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.

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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 prices expected relative to Q409.

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Distress Continues for Hotels and Commercial Real Estate. – Deutsche Bank says 2/3 of loans maturing from now through 2018 cannot be refinanced. On a national scale, a recent deutsche bank report estimated that at least two-thirds of CMBS loans maturing between now and 2018 will unlikely qualify for refinancing at maturity without significant equity infusions from borrowers.

30-year, fixed-rate mortgage finishes year near record lows The 30-year loan hit a record low of 4.17 percent in mid-November. The average rate on a 15-year fixed mortgage, a popular refinancing option, fell to a record low of 3.50 percent, from last week.

Deutsche Bank finalizes $7.2 billion settlement – Business – CNN.com – Deutsche Bank has cemented a $7.2 billion settlement with the Department of Justice for. The other $4.1 billion included in the settlement is earmarked for " relief to underwater homeowners, distressed borrowers and affected communities," DOJ said in a statement.. Could be last chance to refinance.

Bank of America Offers Principal Reductions to 200,000 Homeowners – Bank executives say that before choosing which borrowers will get the offer, they performed a net present value test on each loan, making sure that the principal reduction modification would net.

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