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Foreclosure Inventory Falls 21 Percent in October 2015

Only Three States Had Year-Over-Year Increases in Foreclosure Inventory

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

Distressed Inventory Continues to Shrink
  • The foreclosure inventory fell 21.5 percent year over year in October 2015.
  • The seriously delinquent inventory fell 19.7 percent year over year in October 2015.
  • The foreclosure rate in judicial states is still two and a half times the pre-crisis rate.

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

CoreLogic U.S. Economic Outlook- December 2015

Peering into 2016: The Outlook for Housing

Frank Nothaft    |    Mortgage Performance, Videos

As we approach the start of 2016, the consensus view among economists is that economic growth will continue and the U.S. will enter an eighth consecutive year of expansion in the second half of next year. Most forecasts place growth at between 2 and 3 percent during 2016, creating enough jobs to exert downward pressure on the national unemployment rate. If such macroeconomic...

A Symposium on Housing Finance Overview

Data, Demand and Demographics

Stuart Quinn    |    Housing Policy

On November 20, 2015, CoreLogic and the Urban Institute Housing Finance Policy Center hosted the third annual Data, Demand and Demographics: A Symposium on Housing Finance. There were a number of notable panels and keynotes, including presentations on consumer wellness, housing (both rental and ownership), demographics and the state of the single-family mortgage system. The chairman...

Jobs and Quality of Life Drive Housing Price Gains Again as Once-Hot Distressed Markets Cool

Denver and Portland Now Back at Peak Levels

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Last year, at this time, the markets with the biggest gains in the S&P/Case-Shiller home price indices were those that had fallen the hardest in the past. This fall, however, the leading housing markets appear to be those appreciating for more customary reasons, such as quality of life and the opportunity for high-paying jobs.

Overall, home price increases appear to be...

Distressed Sales Accounted for 10 Percent of Homes Sold Nationally in September 2015

Most States Had Lower Distressed Sales Compared With a Year Ago

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

Distressed Sales as Percentage of Total Sales
  • Distressed sales were 9.7 percent and REO sales were 6.4 percent of total sales in September 2015
  • Maryland still on top with the largest share of distressed sales among all states at 20.7 percent
  • Distressed sales share should reach pre-crisis level in 2018

Distressed sales, which include real estate-owned properties (REOs) and short sales,...

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