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Quantifying the Riskiness of an Individual Property

Bin He    |    Property Valuation

Month Over Month percentage change

A previous CoreLogic Insights blog – Measuring Real Estate Portfolio Risk Relative to the Housing Market– applied the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) to a real estate market using the CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI) to approximate a portfolio’s beta. Beta measures the risk of a property...

What Adjustments Have the Most Influence on Appraisal Reports?

Jon Wierks    |    Property Valuation

Appraisal adjustments are standard procedure and certain adjustment features result in greater appraisal adjustments. But how many times are adjustments made in the appraisal process and for what specific features of the home? Using a national sample of approximately 1.3 million appraisal reports between 2012 and 2015, new analysis from CoreLogic shows which home features are being adjusted...

August 2015 National Home Prices Increased 6.9 Percent Year Over Year

Low-End Home Prices 5.9 Percent Above Pre-Crisis Peak

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Year over Year HPI Growth for 25 highest appreciating states
  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6.9 percent year over year in August 2015 and remain 6.3 percent below the April 2006 peak.
  • Colorado had the largest year over year HPI growth.
  • The low price tier is 5.9 percent above its pre-crisis peak.

National home prices increased 6.9 percent year over year and 1.2 percent month over month...

14 Top Markets Overvalued, Double the Number as of Q1 2015

Five of six largest metros in Texas make overvalued list

Mark Liu    |    Property Valuation

Overvalued Markets

Home prices have continued to rise throughout the country, though for most markets, at a slower pace. Most markets are still at normal price levels or undervalued, according to the CoreLogic Market Condition Indicators. However, the number of overvalued markets among the nation’s top 100 cities is up to 14 as of Q2 2015, double the number from Q1 2015, with Texas leading the...

Dollar Volume of Negative Equity Decreased by $29 Billion from Q1 2015 to Q2 2015

National Negative Equity Share Fell Below 10 Percent in Q2 2015

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

25 States With the Largest Quarter-Over-Quarter Change in Negative Equity Share

The nationwide negative equity share decreased from 10.2 percent in Q1 2015 to 8.7 percent in Q2 2015, and the number of underwater loans (or those in negative equity) decreased from 5.1 million to 4.4 million, according to the latest CoreLogic Equity Report. The total dollar amount of negative equity fell $28.5 billion...

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