Deutsche Sees 48% of All US Mortgages Underwater in 2011

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For all mortgages, the estimate is 48%. A comparison of current data to the Deutsche Bank estimates is shown in the following table: Many mortgages that are underwater do not result in defaults.

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Almost half of U.S. homeowners with a mortgage are likely to owe more than their properties are worth before the housing recession ends, Deutsche Bank AG said. The percentage of "underwater" loans may rise to 48 percent, or 25 million homes, as prices drop through the first quarter of 2011, Karen Weaver and Ying Shen, analysts in New York at Deutsche Bank, wrote in a report today.

House prices collapsed, and the price-to-rent ratio returned to parity in less than three years. This boom-bust cycle occurred in much the same way in Tampa, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and parts of California. Between 2006 and 2011, average house prices in these markets declined by between 48% and 62%.

More foreclosures, more underwater mortgages and more price. Click here to see 27 depressing facts >. Well, for the U.S. real estate industry every single month is a.. The new home sales number for January 2011 was 18.6% lower. Deutsche Bank is projecting that 48 percent of all U.S. mortgages.

According to a report Deutsche released this week, the 25m represents a projected 48% of all US mortgages. While subprime and option adjustable-rate mortgages (ARM) are the biggest source of underwater borrowers in the current market, Deutsche said a larger percentage of prime conforming and prime jumbo borrowers will join the fray.

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(48%) and Europe’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) (34%). "Investors see the benefits of regulations that improve their protection in terms of understanding what they are buying," says Jose Sicilia, head of Issuer Services at Deutsche Bank. "Things like MiFID and Basel III help to increase transparency.