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Where Are Residents in Los Angeles and Orange Counties Buying Homes?

Net Outward Migration from Los Angeles County to Orange County

Archana Pradhan    |    Housing Trends

In the last blog on recent trends in homebuyer mobility we found that high housing prices in two Northern California counties (San Francisco and Alameda) had been a principal cause of people moving to counties with lower home prices....

You’re Hired!

New Faces in the Trump Administration

Russell McIntyre    |    Housing Policy

Capital

The catchphrase “You’re Fired!” was made popular on President-elect Donald Trump’s reality television show The Apprentice, and in many ways it is still synonymous with both the show and the Trump brand. These days however, President-elect Trump is more concerned with who is being hired.

When a new president moves to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he...

Home Price Index Highlights: November 2016

National Home Prices Increased 7.1 Percent Year Over Year in November 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

HPI Blog November
  • Home prices forecast to rise 4.7 percent over the next year.
  • Oregon had the highest appreciation of all states in November, up 10.3 percent year over year.
  • Adjusting for inflation, home prices are still 18.6 percent below their peak.

National home prices increased 7.1 percent year over year in November 2016, according to the latest...

Home Price Index Audio Clip: November 2016

National Home Prices Increased 7.1 Percent Year Over Year in November 2016

Molly Boesel    |    Audio

HPI Audio Blog November

The November 2016 Home Price Index shows that national home prices appreciated 7.1 percent from a year ago and were 4.1 percent below the 2006 peak. CoreLogic is forecasting an increase of 4.7 percent in home prices during the next year. Twenty-seven states have completely recovered from the housing crisis, meaning that November prices in those states were above their...

Conforming Loan Limit to Rise for First Time in Many Years

But ‘Jumbo inversion’ means conforming still more expensive for borrowers

Sam Khater    |    Mortgage Performance

Jumbo Conforming Spread in Basis Points

The Federal Housing Finance Administration has confirmed there will be a new conforming loan limit next year. For the first time in a decade, the loan limit will increase, from $417,000 to $424,100. What will the effect of this one percent plus rise be? Maybe not as much as it has in the past.

That’s because the inversion of the conforming and jumbo lending interest rates...

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