Skip to comments.Fed's Q3 Flow of Funds: Household Mortgage Debt down $1.15 Trillion from Peak
Posted on 12/06/2012 5:44:58 PM PST by ExxonPatrolUs
According to the Fed, household net worth increased in Q3 compared to Q2 2011. Net worth peaked at $67.3 trillion in Q3 2007, and then net worth fell to $51.2 trillion in Q1 2009 (a loss of $16.1 trillion). Household net worth was at $64.8 trillion in Q3 2012 (up $13.6 trillion from the trough, but still down $2.5 trillion from the peak).
The Fed estimated that the value of household real estate increased $301 billion to $17.2 trillion in Q3 2012. The value of household real estate is still $5.5 trillion below the peak.
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yeah through inflation and excessive printing of the dollar and see what you get...we are moving backwards
Foreclosure will drop your liabilities pretty darned quick.
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