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Hail Verification: Closer to Ground Truth

Superior Data In. Superior Results Out.

Daniel Betten    |    Natural Hazard Risk

Presence/Absence of Hail

Thunderstorms are some of the most dynamic phenomenon on earth, and result in a variety of hail sizes from the size of a pea, to larger than softballs. In addition to the inconsistency in size, the hail fall often varies over short geographic distances. Every year, hail damage is a significant contributor of insurance claims and losses in the Continental United States. Furthermore, hail damage...

Driving the Conversation

CoreLogic and Office of the Chief Economist Off to Busy Start in 2017

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

US Capitol

Led by Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft, the Office of the Chief Economist (OCE) at CoreLogic frequently delivers analysis, commentary and forecasting trends in global real estate, insurance and mortgage markets, through keynote speeches...

The Evolving Role of Content Providers in the Property Ecosystem

Managing Enterprise through the Rapid Change

Mikhail Palatnik    |    Insurance

The Connected Home

Companies in the property ecosystem—lenders, insurers, property management companies and others—use data and information from content providers to drive improved consumer experience through automated workflows, streamline processing and expedited risk assessment. However, because of the surge of demand for radically different consumer experiences, the role of content providers...

U.S. Economic Outlook: May 2017

Mortgage Market Evolves: More Purchase & HELOCs, Less Refinances: Less single-family refinance in 2017 as mortgage rates remain higher than a year ago

Frank Nothaft    |    Videos

Mortgage originations are affected by economic growth and the level of mortgage rates.  Economic growth is expected to be stronger in 2017 than last year, which creates jobs, income, and additional construction, each of which supports purchase-mortgage lending.  However, higher mortgage rates work in the opposite direction: as mortgage loans become more expensive,...

Highest and Lowest Risk U.S. Housing Markets as of Q1 2017

Market Health Indicator Flags Nine Markets As High Risk, Six in Florida Alone

Bin He    |    Housing Trends, Property Valuation

High-Market Risk Metros

Home prices have continued to rise, though for many markets, at a slower pace. Most markets are still healthy or have relatively low risk, according to the CoreLogic Market Health Indicator. However, nine of the top 100 metro markets – six in Florida alone – have been identified as high-risk markets.

The CoreLogic Market Health Indicator evaluates whether individual markets...

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