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Is it Tight Underwriting or Too Few Applicants with Less-Than-Perfect Credit?

Comparing Mortgage Applications and Originations by Credit Score Distribution

Archana Pradhan    |    Housing Trends

Single Family Home Purchase Applications and Originations

In a blog series CoreLogic published last year, we observed that there were far fewer low credit score applicants in 2015 than in 2005....

The More, The Merrier

Homebuilders Are Building Larger Homes on Smaller Lots

Bin He    |    Housing Trends

Median Square Footage

The housing market is hot this spring with many families trying to buy their dream home or first home before interest rates become too high, and yet housing inventory is still low. The inventory has been low for the past few years, and is one of the main factors that drive home prices higher and higher in many areas across the United States. CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft previously...

Home Price Index Highlights: February 2017

National Home Prices Increased 7 Percent Year Over Year in February 2017

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

HPI Price Declines From Peak
  • Home prices forecast to rise 4.7 percent over the next year.
  • Prices in 27 states have risen above the pre-crisis peaks.
  • Adjusting for inflation, home prices are still 19.3 percent below their peak.

National home prices increased 7 percent year over year in February 2017, according to the latest...

Home Price Index Audio Clip: February 2017

National Home Prices Increased 7 Percent Year Over Year in February 2017

Molly Boesel    |    Audio

The CoreLogic HPI for February 2017 showed that national home prices appreciated 7 percent from a year ago and were 3.8 percent below the 2006 peak. The HPI is expected to increase 4.7 percent over the next year. The year-over-year increase of 7 percent includes inflation, and inflation has been creeping up since the end of last year, rising by 2.4 percent year over year in February....

Business Economists Favor NAFTA, Skilled Immigrants, Less Debt and More Consumer Say in Health Care

NABE’s Policy Survey is first since Trump Administration took office

Frank Nothaft    |    Housing Trends

Current State of Economic Policy

The National Association for Business Economics’ (NABE) semiannual Economic Policy Survey focused on some of the critical topics that President Trump and his advisers face.  Conducted January 31 - February 15, the survey revealed some disagreements...

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