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Colorado Home Prices: High on Marijuana?

Locales That Allowed Retail Marijuana Sales Had Increased Price Growth

Yanling Mayer    |    Housing Trends

CO Counties where Retail Marijuana is Permitted

On November 6, 2012, Colorado voters made history by passing Amendment 64 legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes. Colorado became one of the first two states in U.S., along with...

Land Values Drive Home Price Volatility

David Stiff    |    Property Valuation

When homeowners think about the value of their properties they usually focus on the physical attributes of their houses and pay less attention to the land parcels on which their houses sit. This makes sense since most people spend more time inside their houses than in their backyards. But in many housing markets, especially expensive markets on the East and West Coasts, the values of...

Health of the Housing Market in the Top 100 Cities – Part II

13 Markets Overvalued Based on Fundamental and Speculative Metrics

Mark Liu    |    Property Valuation

21 Overvalued Markets based on CL Market Conditions

In Part I[1] of this series we evaluated the top 100 Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) using CoreLogic Market Condition Indicators (price-to-income) and the price-to-rent metrics which classified 21 markets as overvalued. Figure 1 shows the distribution of these CBSAs. According to Joseph Stiglitz’s (1990)...

What Are They Waiting For?

Why Don’t High-Mortgage-Rate Loans Get Refinanced?

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

Serious Delinquency Rate for Active Mortgages

In a recent blog we looked at the refinance option for outstanding first mortgages in the CoreLogic servicer-contributed database. We found that most mortgages have interest rates low enough that refinancing would not be a money-saving venture.  But...

Negative Equity Update: Second Quarter 2016

Negative Equity Share Falls to 7 Percent in Second Quarter 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

  • The negative equity share fell to 7.1 percent in Q2 2016 from 8.9 percent in Q2 2015.
  • Only Connecticut and North Dakota saw increases in negative equity share over the past year, but the increases were minimal.
  • Negative equity remains low in the oil-patch areas.

The nationwide negative equity share decreased in Q2 2016, falling from 8.9...

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