Zillow is out with a new map showing the concentration of underwater homeowners — those who owe more on their mortgage than their home is worth — by county.
The actual data: 30.9 per cent of U.S. homeowners with a mortgage were underwater, down from 31.4 per cent last quarter.
The main conclusion: the Sun Belt — California, Nevada, Arizona and Florida — are, four years later, still digging out from under the crisis. Same for much of Michigan.
They also have a breakdown of cities, which basically tells the same story. The red shows the per cent of underwater homeowners who have missed payments.
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