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Christopher L. Cagan

Director of Research and Analytics

American Real Estate Solutions

HQ Phone:  (800) 345-7334

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American Real Estate Solutions

5601 East La Palma Avenue

Anaheim, California,92807

United States

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John Burns Real Estate Consulting , Inc.


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Real Estate Analytics Consultant

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Week of March 26, 2007

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Looking at 8.4 million adjustable-rate mortgages written between 2004 and 2006, Christopher Cagen of First American CoreLogic expects about 13 percent of them, or 1.1 million, to enter foreclosure once their interest rates reset.
While lenders stand to lose about $113 billion, Cagen does not anticipate any harm to the national economy, as it will take six years to seven years for the scenario to play out. His estimate climbs to 1.9 million foreclosures in the event that the average home price falls 10 percent from its December 2006 level and drops to 489,000 foreclosures if the average home price jumps 10 percent. The most vulnerable loans had initial "teaser" rates of less than 4 percent, with Cagen expecting a 118-percent surge in monthly payments on those loans when interest rates adjust. Read full text.


Week of March 26, 2007

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Looking at 8.4 million adjustable-rate mortgages written between 2004 and 2006, Christopher Cagen of First American CoreLogic expects about 13 percent of them, or 1.1 million, to enter foreclosure once their interest rates reset.
While lenders stand to lose about $113 billion, Cagen does not anticipate any harm to the national economy, as it will take six years to seven years for the scenario to play out. His estimate climbs to 1.9 million foreclosures in the event that the average home price falls 10 percent from its December 2006 level and drops to 489,000 foreclosures if the average home price jumps 10 percent. The most vulnerable loans had initial "teaser" rates of less than 4 percent, with Cagen expecting a 118-percent surge in monthly payments on those loans when interest rates adjust.


Eminent Mortgage - FHASecure Fed offers mortgage bailout

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Christopher Cagan, director of research and analytics for First American CoreLogic, has estimated that 1.1 million foreclosures will result from rate resets through the end of 2012, affecting both prime and subprime borrowers.


Who Pays Foreclosure Closing Costs? | : OurBroker

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A study done by Christopher Cagan, Ph.D., the director of research and analytics at First American Real Estate Solutions, found that you can actually track the size of the foreclosure discount by looking at the percentage of distressed homes actively for sale.
Cagan's research showed that "in markets where foreclosures constitute 8 percent or more of total market sales, foreclosure discounts are likely to be particularly large - often 20 percent or deeper.


www.tjsullivanla.com

"We're going to have a bear market in housing for a while," said Christopher Cagan, director of research for First American CoreLogic in Santa Ana.


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