U.S. mortgage delinquency and foreclosure rates remained on solid footing as 2023 came to an end.
Despite higher mortgage rates and limited inventory, home prices continued to gradually rise year over year in December.
U.S. annual rent growth was 2.8% in December, with expensive metro areas again leading the gains.
As rising global temperatures continue to contribute to increasingly hazardous wildfire seasons, it is more important than ever for homeowners, insurers, and governments to understand the risk these hazards pose to their communities.
Annual U.S. home price growth continued to gradually increase in December, fueled by a healthy job market.
February 2024 bulletin of regional construction cost insights reflecting the CoreLogic Claims Pricing Database.
Home prices were up by 5.1% year over year in November, according to the latest US CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index.
A healthy job market continued to contribute to strong mortgage performance in November, with delinquency and foreclosure rates still near historic lows.
U.S. annual single-family rent growth remained at less than 3% in November, but that rate is generally in line with numbers recorded before the pandemic.
January 2024 bulletin of regional construction cost insights reflecting the CoreLogic Claims Pricing Database.
U.S. home prices grew by 5.2% year over year in November, with the Northeast again leading the gains.