U.S. home prices continued to slow on a year-over-year basis in December 2022, moving down to 6.9%.
The nation’s overall mortgage delinquency rates have improved significantly over the last year, according to the latest CoreLogic Loan Performance Insights Report
Americans showed an increased preference for buying homes in suburban areas during the height of the pandemic, but that trend could now be shifting.
Read CoreLogic's year-end wrap-up for a high-level overview of major home price and housing market trends.
In addition to younger Millennials, Gen Z members are also likely to fuel the demand for housing over the next couple of years, especially if affordability improves.
The share of single-family homes purchased by investors rose every month in Q3 to reach 26% in September.
Since May 2022, the appraisal gap has seen a precipitous decline at the same time that higher mortgage rates are squeezing buyers.
Following an unprecedented boom in global housing prices, countries are experiencing pricing corrections.
With current mortgage rates at over 6%, the vast majority (99%) of outstanding mortgage debt has a lower mortgage rate locked in.
Housing declines are historically a harbinger for recessions, but does this mean that it a recession is imminent?
Home price appreciation dropped in July for the first time since December 2018, ending a 40-month streak of growth.