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Foreclosure Report Highlights: July 2016

National Foreclosure Inventory Down 29 Percent Year Over Year

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

  • The foreclosure inventory fell 29 percent year over year in July 2016.
  • The inventory of mortgages in serious delinquency fell 17 percent year over year in July 2016.
  • All states except North Dakota and Wyoming had a year-over-year decrease in the serious delinquency rate.

The national foreclosure inventory – the number of loans in the...

Notes from the Hill: Mortgage Servicing

CoreLogic Hosts Event on Emerging Issues in the Servicing Industry

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

In late August, CoreLogic partnered with the Urban Institute to co-host a seminar that highlighted Emerging Issues in Mortgage Servicing. The event was the ninth in our Sunset Seminar series, sponsored by CoreLogic and the Urban Institute, which focuses on public policy issues relevant to the...

Home Price Index Highlights: July 2016

National Home Prices Increased 6 Percent Year Over Year in July 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

HPI Highlights
  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6 percent year over year in July 2016 and are forecast to increase by 5.4 percent over the next year.
  • The highest appreciation was in the West, with Oregon and Washington growing by double digits in June.
  • The low-price tier showed the fastest appreciation of any price tier.

National home prices...

Home Price Index Audio Clip: July 2016

National Home Prices Increased 6 Percent Year Over Year in July 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Audio

The 2016 home price index shows that national home prices appreciated 6.0 percent from a year ago, and are now just 6.0 percent below the April 2006 peak. Prices are forecasted to increase by 5.4 percent over the next year, indicating that prices will be back to their peak level in 2017. Prices on the low end are appreciating the fastest, with the lowest priced homes...

Return to Cities or Heading for the Hills?

Urban Rebound Causes Large Shift in Lower Credit Borrowers to Seek the Outer Suburbs

Sam Khater    |    Housing Trends

Rising Inner Suburban Prices

American homebuyers are on the move, but maybe not in the direction that most people think. The much-discussed “return to the cities” movement is happening, but from a mortgage industry perspective it may be something of a “head-fake.”

While there is no doubt there’s been an urban rebound in many of America’s cities, it has been driven by...

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