In the season finale of Core Conversations, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith and CoreLogic Chief Economist Selma Hepp dive into a discussion about the dynamic landscape of the U.S. housing market in 2023.
Renters now spend more than 40% of their incomes on the cost of housing.
Households in some U.S. markets pay almost 60% of their incomes toward rent, while those in others spend less than 25%.
What a house is worth depends on the context. Constructing conventional homes has a price tag that is over 200% greater than barndominiums.
A Conversation With Molly Boesel When it comes to financing a home in the current real estate market, the interest rate on a loan is of chief concern for buyers. That has resulted in a growing interest in rate locks from buyers, sellers, builders and lenders. 80% In fact, rate locks as a negotiat...
Rate locks in the real estate market: what are they, why they are trending in the housing market and what that may mean for lenders looking to retain or gain new business.
The share of U.S. homebuyers who are taking out ARM loans has risen significantly since the height of the pandemic.
Mega-investors, iBuyers and home flippers are leaving the housing market in droves, but investor home purchases from smaller investors remains strong.
Affordability in the property market continues to be a challenge, leading to fewer homes selling above list price.
Millennial first-time homebuyers are most prevalent in the affordable Midwest and costal metros with high-tech job opportunities.
Housing affordability is essential, but more affordable homes are located outside of major metros. Are they accessible?