Both the U.S. mortgage delinquency rate and foreclosure rate remained near historic lows in October.
U.S. single-family rent growth posted an 8.8% year-over-year gain in October, the sixth straight month of annual declines.
CoreLogic tracks construction cost for commercial, residential and agricultural construction of all types of goods (labor and materials) throughout the United States and Canada.
U.S. homeowners gained a total of $2.2 trillion in equity in the third quarter, up by 15.8% year over year but down significantly from the second quarter.
U.S. home prices were up by 10.1% year over year in October, about half the annual growth recorded this spring.
Home prices grew by 10.6% year over year in September, marking the sixth consecutive month of annual declines.
U.S. overall mortgage delinquencies dropped for the 18th consecutive month year over year in September.
U.S. single-family rental prices were up by 10.2% year over year in September, with Miami posting gains of almost double the national average
U.S. home price growth continued to relax on a year-over-year basis in September, posting an 11.4% increase.
The CoreLogic Quarterly Mortgage Fraud Brief analyzes the metro areas with the highest mortgage fraud risk on a quarterly basis and offers insights based on the analysis of trends found in residential mortgage loan applications.
Only 2.8% of U.S. homeowners with mortgages were delinquent in August, the lowest level since near the start of the pandemic.