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CoreLogic Hosts 4th Annual Data, Demand and Demographics

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

Capitol

On November 2, 2016, CoreLogic and the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center hosted the fourth annual Data, Demand and Demographics: A Symposium on Housing Finance. The daylong event featured a number of notable keynote speakers and in-depth panel discussions. These included presentations on urban development, inclusionary housing, mortgage investment, and...

U.S. Housing Policy Outlook: November 2016

National Flood Insurance Program Reauthorization - It’s Harder than it Looks

Stuart Pratt    |    Housing Policy, Videos

Stuart Pratt Housing Policy Nov 2016


 

Tip O’Neill, the long-time Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, famously said that “all politics is local.” He was right. Maybe this is why every month, FEMA notifies members of Congress when constituents in their districts or states will be affected by their flood mapping updates.

FEMA also runs the National Flood...

Earthquake Risk: Spotlight on New Zealand

The Shaky Isles

Maiclaire Bolton    |    Natural Hazard Risk

Tectonic Setting of NZ

Over the past five years, one of the countries to lead headline news with earthquake events has been New Zealand. Most recently, on November 14, 2016 (local time in New Zealand, November 13, GMT) a large megathrust earthquake struck off the east coast of the South Island along the southern end of the Hikurangi subduction zone, just north of the city of Christchurch. According to New...

U.S. Economic Outlook: November 2016

Multifamily Lending: Large Projects Dominate Credit Flows - This Year Through July, 1.1 Million Apartments Financed by $100 Billion in New Loans

Frank Nothaft    |    Videos

Dr. Nothaft Nov Economic Outlook


 

Multifamily mortgage lending appears to be on course in 2016 to edge out last year’s record volume of lending, with originations totaling near $200 billion. This total will be comprised of many low-balance loans on small buildings joined with a relatively few high-balance loans on very large transactions. Overall, the bulk of 2016’s lending...

Gravity Returns to San Francisco Housing Market

Biggest Risks Could Be External – Jobs, Stocks, Interest Rates

Andrew LePage    |    Housing Trends

SF Home Price Growth Has Slowed

San Francisco’s formerly red-hot housing market has cooled a bit since the county’s median sale price hit a record $1.3 million this April – one of the highest medians ever for a sizable U.S. county.

Sales of existing San Francisco County homes through August fell about 8 percent from the same period last year, while prices have edged lower since April and in...

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