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U.S. Economic Outlook: October 2017

Typical “Boom and Bust” Cycles in the Housing Industry

Molly Boesel    |    Videos

Molly Boesel October Video Blog

It has been more than 11 years since the start of the housing crisis in 2006, and U.S. home prices are nearly back to the peak level they hit in April 2006. Looking at the length of the decline, how far prices fell, CoreLogic has compared this cycle to some other historical declines.

After hitting peak in 2006, the national price level fell for five years, finally...

U.S. Housing Policy Outlook: October 2017

Mortgage Fraud Risk is on the Rise

Bridget Berg    |    Videos

Bridget Berg Video Blog

Overall fraud risk increased by almost 17 percent year-over year, and is now at its highest level since CoreLogic created the index in 2010.

Keep in mind, however, that in historical terms, fraud, overall, is still relatively low, given the tighter underwriting since the mortgage crisis, and the amount of rate and term refis over the past few years.


U.S. Housing Policy Outlook: September 2017

115th Congress Returns from August Recess with a Full Agenda

Stuart Pratt    |    Videos

Alyson Austin, principal communications for CoreLogic, puts Head of Public Policy and Industry Relations, Stuart Pratt through a lightning round of questions about next possible actions from Congress in the coming months. After the August recess, what issues will they tackle next? There are hot topics on the Hill right now, including the NFIP reauthorization deadline; income tax...

U.S. Economic Outlook: September 2017

Canadians are largest foreign buyers in U.S.: Most homes were bought in Florida

Frank Nothaft    |    Housing Trends, Videos

Dr N September Video

Nonresident foreign buyers purchased about 119,000 homes in the United States from April 2016 to March 2017, according to the National Association of Realtors, or about 2 percent of all homes sold.[1]  The largest number of nonresident buyers were from Canada, the second most from China and third most from Mexico.  Buyers from these...

Know Your Risk. Accelerate Your Recovery: Dr. Frank Nothaft Discusses the Potential Impact of Hurricane Harvey

Houston will be in recovery for many months or years.

Frank Nothaft    |    Videos

Dr. Frank Nothaft Hurricane Blog

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey two senior leaders from CoreLogic, Frank Nothaft and Stuart Pratt, discuss potential damage from the storm and the time it will take Houston and the greater metropolitan area to recover lost or damaged residential properties. Watch this video blog to learn basic information around residential vacancy rates and potential reconstruction efforts in...

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