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Foreclosure Report Highlights: 10-Year Retrospect of the US Residential Foreclosure Crisis

National Foreclosure Rate Down to Less Than 1 Percent From a High of 3.6 Percent

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

FCL and Serious Delinq Rate

This year marks a decade since the start of the housing crisis[1]. Since mid-2007 more than 7.5 million homes have been foreclosed on according to a 10-year retrospect of the U.S. residential foreclosure crisis, “United...

Notes from the Hill: Alternative Credit Scoring

Credit Score Competition Act Reintroduced

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

On February 7, Representative Ed Royce (R-CA-39) reintroduced the Credit Score Competition Act, which would require Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Government-Sponsored Enterprises, or GSEs) to consider alternative credit scoring models in their mortgage purchasing decisions.

What Does the...

The Effect of Higher Interest Rates on the Housing and Mortgage Markets

A Sunset Seminar with CoreLogic and the Urban Institute

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

Effect of Higher Mortgage Rates

This February, CoreLogic partnered with the Urban Institute to co-host a seminar highlighting the effect of higher interest rates on the housing and mortgage markets. The event was the 10th in the Sunset Seminar series, sponsored by CoreLogic and the Urban Institute...

Borrower Equity Update: Fourth Quarter 2016

Homeowner Equity Increased $63 Billion in Fourth Quarter 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

25 States with the Largest YOY Change in Neg Equity
  • The national negative equity share fell to 6.2 percent in Q4 2016.
  • All states saw a decrease in negative equity share over the past year.
  • Florida saw the largest improvement in negative equity share over the past year, falling 4.9 percentage points.

The amount of equity in mortgaged real estate increased by $63 billion in Q4 2016 compared with...

U.S. Economic Outlook: March 2017

Single-family Rent Growth Faster in Markets with Low Vacancies: One-percentage point lower vacancy rate leads to 0.5% faster rent growth

Frank Nothaft    |    Videos

Components of US Rental Stock


 

Rent growth varies across neighborhoods and over time. For this reason, rent-growth expectations are important not just for families who are deciding whether to rent or own their home, but also for investors who are trying to forecast net revenue on their housing investment.

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