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Will This Earthquake Cause Damage? – Part 2

Tips to Think Like a Seismologist!

Maiclaire Bolton    |    Natural Hazard Risk

USGS ShakeMap

In a previous blog, we touched on understanding big earthquakes and the recent earthquakes that have caused impact around the globe. Today we will dive into tips on how to think like a seismologist in efforts to turn your panic in to preparedness, next time an earthquake is on your radar. To get a...

Will This Earthquake Cause Damage? – Part 1

Understanding Big Earthquakes

Maiclaire Bolton    |    Natural Hazard Risk

Number of Earthquakes each year on average

Earthquakes have the potential to cause major destruction and disruption to society. Damage caused by earthquakes can be catastrophic and can have both a humanitarian and financial impact.  So when an earthquake occurs, having a prompt understanding of...

How Does New Zealand’s Current Property Market Compare with Previous Cycles?

Nick Goodall    |    International

Auckland

We are in a very interesting time for the property market with varying factors indicating differing directions, and there is no shortage of anecdotes supporting all sorts of theories. 

One of the themes that has caught my eye has been when comparing the last time annual growth was this strong. In many parts of the country, this was back before the last peak in...

Distressed Sales Share Lowest Since September 2007

Distressed Sales Accounted for 9 Percent of Homes Sold Nationally in August 2015

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

Distressed sales as percentage of total sales
  • Distressed sales were 9.3 percent of total sales in August 2015, with REO Sales making up 6 percent of total sales
  • Maryland had the largest share of distressed sales among all states at 20.8 percent
  • Of the largest Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs), Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla. had the largest share of distressed sales at 23.4...

September 2015 National Home Prices Increased 6.4 Percent Year Over Year

Low-End Home Prices Increase 12 Percent in First Nine Months of 2015

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Year over year hpi growth for 25 highest appreciating states
  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6.4 percent year over year in September 2015 and remain 7.0 percent below the April 2006 peak.
  • Colorado had the largest year over year HPI growth.
  • The low-price tier increased 12 percent in in 2015, the most of any price tier.

National home prices increased 6.4 percent year over year and 0.6...

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