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CoreLogic U.S. Housing Policy - Don’t Forget Housing in the Race for the White House

Faith Schwartz    |    Videos

Presidential prospects from both parties haven’t been shy about taking positions on a wide range of issues: everything from immigration to healthcare and gun control to climate change. One issue that has been noticeably missing from the debate, at least so far, is housing.

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California Multifamily Market: Vacancy Low, Tenant Quality Up

Mortgage Originations on Apartment Buildings Up

Jay Harris    |    Mortgage Performance

Rental Vacandy Rate in CA

Nationally, rental apartment markets have been on sound footing with ‘tight’ market conditions and strong levels of new development (see February 2016 Economic Outlook video blog). Demand and supply forces vary across the U.S., and local rental markets...

Credit Risk Transfer: Making a Successful Program Even Better

Faith Schwartz    |    Housing Policy

Types of Investors

On February 10, CoreLogic and the Urban Institute hosted a sunset seminar on “Credit Risk Transfer (CRT): Making a Successful Program Even Better." The premise behind this event was that CRT is an important step forward for the participation of private capital within the housing finance market while lowering risk and cost to the Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) and, thus,...

Deciphering the Code of the Millennials – Part II

Where millennials will buy homes

Bret Fortenberry    |    Housing Trends

As a follow-up to Deciphering the Code of the Millennials Part I about where millennials are currently buying homes, this blog will share perspectives on where millennials will purchase homes in the future based on data from a recent CoreLogic...

CoreLogic Home Price Index Can Be Used to Mark Down Distressed Properties

Use discount factors to improve your portfolio mark-to-market results

Bin He    |    Property Valuation

Figure 1 Illustration of applying discount factor to distressed property

The industry often uses the CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI)TM to estimate fair market values between sales transactions.  While this methodology can deliver reasonable valuation estimates for standard properties and transactions, distressed properties, such as real estate owned (REO) and short sales, typically sell at a discount to this estimated value.  CoreLogic has...

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