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November Foreclosure Inventory Falls 22 Percent Year Over Year

The Seriously Delinquent Rate Fell in All States

Molly Boesel    |    Mortgage Performance

  • The foreclosure inventory fell 21.8 percent year over year in November 2015.
  • The seriously delinquent inventory fell 21.7 percent year over year in November 2015.
  • The foreclosure rate in judicial states is two and a half times the pre-crisis rate.

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

Looking Back on 2015 and Seeing Opportunities For Innovation Going Forward

Faith Schwartz    |    Housing Policy

Over the past few years, innovation has taken a backseat to compliance as our industry has had to cope with a spate of new rules and regulations. This trend continued in 2015: the year that the “Know Before You Owe” or TRID devoured the industry’s bandwidth. But not all the changes that the regulators have wrought have been negative. In fact, some might be setting the stage...

U.S. Economic Outlook: January 2016

Equity and Mortgage Debt: The Yin and Yang of Property Ownership

Frank Nothaft    |    Mortgage Performance, Videos

CoreLogic Economic Outlook Video January 2016

It’s common for a homebuyer to use both a down payment and a mortgage loan to acquire their home, in other words, a combination of equity and debt. As home prices rise and loans amortize, equity grows and debt shrinks. But if home prices fall, equity can be wiped out, leaving an owner with debt that exceeds the home’s value.

Fortunately, home prices in...

“Typical Mortgage Payment”: A Historical Comparison of the Monthly Payment to Buy a Home

Adjusting for Inflation and Mortgage Rates Adds Perspective

Andrew LePage    |    Mortgage Performance

After several years of gains, home prices in some parts of the country are either approaching a peak or have already set a record this year. San Francisco, Seattle, Boston and Dallas were among the areas that hit new median price highs in 2015. Understandably, this has triggered renewed concerns over the impacts of waning affordability.

However, when viewed from the perspective of the...

Low-End Home Prices are the Fastest Appreciating Segment

National Home Prices up 6 Percent From a Year Ago

Molly Boesel    |    Property Valuation

Year over Year HPI Growth for 25 Highest Appreciating States
  • Home prices including distressed sales increased 6.3 percent year over year in November 2015 and remain 7.3 percent below the April 2006 peak.
  • Colorado had the largest year-over-year HPI growth.
  • The low-price tier increased faster than all other price tiers and is now 2.3 percent above its pre-crisis peak.

National home prices increased by 6.3...

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