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Here are some not-so-fun facts on borrowers who owe more on their mortgages than their houses are worth. About 10.7 million homes in the United States were underwater in the last three months, compared to 10.9 million in the last quarter, shows a report by CoreLogic. About 22.1 percent of all residential properties with a
Nearly one in four homeowners (22.7 percent) owes more on his mortgage than the home is worth, according to California research firm CoreLogic. Almost three-quarters of the underwater homeowners have above-market interest rates, says CoreLogic, but refinancing has proven to be tricky. In an effort to address the problem, last week President Obama announced the