The Curse of Negative Equity: Is There an escape? september 18, 2006, reviewed july 11, 2007, Revised May 1, 2011 negative equity, which arises when debts secured by the home exceed the value of the home, can evolve from a psychic burden to a curse for borrowers who need to move and find that the negative equity prevents a sale.
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How to deal with "the curse of negative equity" Negative equity is when the outstanding mortgage is higher than the value of the property. Rightmove describes negative equity as a "curse" while The Guardian describes it as a "plague".. According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders 719,000 homes in the UK are in negative equity.
@RightmoveAddict – Living with the Curse of Negative Equity, a Personal Story. Everyone has a reason they want to move, but knowing that your mortgage is more than the current value of the home makes you feel trapped.
One of the most widespread effects of the current housing market malaise is the "curse" of negative equity. This now ubiquitous occurrence of the real estate reckoning is a product of an underwater universe wherein a good number of houses all across the country are valued as less than what homeowners originally paid for them.
The curse of negative equity: Is there an escape? What can a borrower with negative equity do? Not much. You hunker down, pay your mortgage on time, pray that nothing happens that will force you to move, and wait for the good fairy of appreciation to reappear.
One in ten borrowers is in negative equity, a report shows. It warned that further falls in house prices could see the proportion soaring to one in three. The international ratings agency Fitch said.
Mediators increasingly find that couples who want to separate are tied together – and forced to remain under the one roof – because of the curse of negative equity and a 30-year mortgage. “Banks have.