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Foreclosure Report Highlights: May 2016

National Foreclosure Inventory Down 25 Percent Year Over Year

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

  • The foreclosure inventory fell 25 percent year over year in May 2016.
  • The inventory of mortgages in serious delinquency fell 21.6 percent year over year in May 2016.
  • All states except North Dakota had a year-over-year decrease in the serious delinquency rate, but the increase was minimal.

The national foreclosure inventory – the number...

Handicapping Brexit

"Winners and Losers"

Sam Khater    |    Housing Policy

30 year wholesale mortgage rate

The world has now had a couple of weeks to get over the shock of Brexit or the decision of Britain to exit the European Union. As week-three begins, global equity, debt and currency markets have stabilized. What does Brexit mean for the US mortgage and real estate markets for the next few months?

Here’s a quick rundown on potential winners and losers in the mortgage and real...

Australia: Investor housing finance commitments bounce in May 2016

Cameron Kusher    |    International

Monthly Value of Housing Finance Committments

Over the month of May there were $32.3 billion in housing finance commitments which is 1.0 percent higher over the past month. Although the value of housing finance commitments increased in May 2016, they are now −4.6 percent lower than their August 2015 peak of $33.8 billion worth of commitments. The CoreLogic Mortgage Index, which tracks 95 percent of national valuation activity,...

Turning Words Into Data: Part II

Extracting Property Condition Information from Realtor Comments

Matt Cannon    |    Property Valuation

Although the volume of delinquent borrowers and distressed sales has declined since the height of the Great Recession, the incentive still exists among lenders to accurately value the stock of real estate-owned (REO) properties and properties sold at foreclosure auctions. In the case of distressed sales, a property’s condition can have a significant impact on the sale price. A...

Notes from the Hill: Brexit

What Will Brexit Mean for the U.S. Housing Market?

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

Capitol

The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union through popular referendum (‘Brexit’) has dominated the news cycle this past week – disrupting financial markets, flaming populist movements throughout Europe, halting trade corridors, and even influencing the presidential race here in the U.S.

Though the implications of Brexit will reach far and...

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