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Residential land costs keep rising

Cameron Kusher    |    International

Median Selling Price of Vacant Land

Capital city vacant land prices continued to rise in 2015 however, land sizes have recently bucked their trend towards smaller lots and actually shown an increase which has resulted in a decline in the average rate per square meter of land.

At the end of 2015, the median price of vacant land across the combined capital cities was recorded at $265,000 while the median land price...

One Million Borrowers Regain Mortgage Equity in 2015

Negative Equity Remains Low in Oil-Patch Areas

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

25 States with the Largest YOY Change
  • The negative equity share fell to 8.5 percent in Q4 2015 from 10.7 percent in Q4 2014.
  • Only North Dakota saw an increase in negative equity in 2015, but the increase was minimal.  
  • Negative equity remains low in the oil-patch areas.

The nationwide negative equity share decreased in 2015, falling from 10.7 percent in Q4 2014 to 8.5 percent...

Mortgage demand shrinks in January, will it continue throughout 2016?

Cameron Kusher    |    International

ABS housing finance data for January 2016 shows that the value of housing finance commitments was recorded at $31.9 billion over the month.  Based on this figure, mortgage lending fell by -3.4% over the month.  Even though the data is seasonally adjusted, we often see falls in mortgage lending over January so perhaps we need not read too much into the fall, however, this is the...

High-End Sales Will Continue to Slide in San Francisco, NYC

Double-digit increases in inventory hurting top markets, especially New York

Sam Khater    |    Housing Trends

High End Inventory Rising

The “back-up” of high-end housing inventory means that sales in two of the country’s priciest housing markets—New York and San Francisco—should continue to fall. This is especially true in the Big Apple.

What’s striking about this accelerating trend is that 2015 was a record sales year in both of these high-profile markets.

In 2015,...

National Foreclosure Inventory Falls Year Over Year in January

Serious Delinquency Rates Rise In Some Oil Markets

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

Distressed Inventory
  • The foreclosure inventory fell nearly 22 percent year over year in January 2016.
  • The seriously delinquent inventory fell almost 23 percent year over year in January 2016.
  • Serious delinquency rates increased in two Texas metro areas – Midland and Odessa – from the prior year and foreclosure rates increased year over year in...
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