CoreLogic®, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today released data analysis for single-family and multifamily homes at risk of storm surge damage from Hurricane Ian, which is expected to make landfall on Thursday evening, September 29. The Florid...
The Southern California Home Resale Activity report is updated monthly to show the most recent sales volume and median prices for existing single family and condo sales for each SoCal zip code and county.
With 31 million homes at risk of wind damage and 7.5 million facing surge damage — which are the two main causes of loss from these storms according to CoreLogic data— it is important to understand overall property risk to minimize damage and accelerate recovery.
Hurricane Fiona is the first major storm of the 2022 season and is heading north from Bermuda on a collision course with Eastern Canada.
Cook County’s flash flood-prone exposure
The share of single-family homes purchased by investors went from 16% in 2020 to 24% in 2021, and the outsized presence of mega-investors raises concerns that they are driving up prices and muscling potential homeowners out of the market.
An early morning landfall brought winds, storm surge and heavy rainfall to South Korea
Fueled by the housing supply shortage and historically low mortgage rates during the pandemic, both home prices and rents hit new highs. With home price growth at record levels, some single-family investors sold their rental portfolios to extract the equity gains.
Demand for second homes surged after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic nearly doubling the pre-pandemic demand level in late 2020.
There are several factors that are near-universal for families when selecting a home, and these center around the well-being of children and their education.
Following the national trend, home prices near excellent high schools and large public universities posted double-digit gains this summer from one year earlier.