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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...

Understanding and Communicating Flood Risk

Expanding the National Conversation

Scott Giberson    |    Natural Hazard Risk

South Carolina Flooding Structure Value by Zip Code

Each year, November 30 marks the end of the Atlantic hurricane season, and beginning on December 1, hurricane experts start to compare the season’s activity to predictions; insurers and reinsurers...

Investor mortgage demand steadies in December as new lending to owner occupiers start to flatten

Cameron Kusher    |    International

Earlier this week both housing and lending finance data for December 2015 was released.  The data sets provide a nice summary of mortgage lending throughout 2015.  According to the housing finance data there was $390.7 billion worth of mortgage lending undertaken in 2015.

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Federal Reserve Reduces Stress on Housing Markets

2016 Supervisory Scenarios

David Stiff    |    Housing Policy

The Federal Reserve’s recently released 2016 Supervisory Scenarios for home prices paint a slightly less pessimistic picture for housing markets in the event of a sharp economic downturn or another global financial crisis, compared to the Fed’s 2015 scenarios. Home prices fall 12 percent and 25 percent from peak to trough in the 2016 Adverse and Severely Adverse Scenarios,...

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