Home buying has remained relatively affordable due to historically low mortgage interest rates, but increasing mortgage rates are cutting into buyer affordability.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith shares the memories that she and other CoreLogic employees (former and current) have of Dr. Frank Nothaft in remembrance of his passing.
Experts are predicting an above-normal number of hurricanes this year. These severe storms can lead to ongoing financial trauma, including elevated mortgage delinquency rates.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks to CoreLogic's Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft about the Fed raising interest rates and the effect that has on the overall U.S. property market.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks to catastrophe risk management expert Tom Larsen about CoreLogic's 2021 Climate change Catastrophe Report to understand the financial consequences of the changes to our climate.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks to CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel about the top three myths that are currently circulating within the property market, and why these claims are not entirely true.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks to meteorologist Curtis McDonald about the challenges for insurers in accurately identifying and tracking spring hailstorms to understand the full impact of the damage that they can inflict.
CoreLogic Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft shares an overview of the effect of inflation rates on the cost of rent in the U.S.
U.S. Home prices soared in 2021, pushed up by strong demand and a limited supply of homes for sale.
In April, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be updating its flood insurance risk grading systems after decades of using the same system to understand the flood risk for properties in and around flood zones. In this episode, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Scott Giberson, pri...
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Although home price gains are expected to slow in 2022 and average a little less than 10% growth for the year, the recent rapid acceleration in prices has led to overvaluations in some markets, therefore pushing up the risk of price decline in the year ahead.