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.
CoreLogic tracks U.S and Canadian construction costs for commercial, residential and agricultural construction.
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...
CoreLogic tracks construction costs for all types of goods (labor and materials) for commercial, residential and agricultural construction throughout the United States and Canada.
U.S. residential real estate is worth more than all publicly listed companies, according to CoreLogic data, with most of that wealth concentrated in detached, single-family homes.
Millennial first-time homebuyers are most prevalent in the affordable Midwest and costal metros with high-tech job opportunities.
After the real estate housing market recorded a record 18.25% appreciation in March 2022, annual new home price appreciation slowed to 4%.
Small investor activity has shown resilience, with mom-and-pop investors retaining market share even as prices increase.
CoreLogic tracks construction cost for commercial, residential and agricultural construction of all types of goods (labor and materials) throughout the United States and Canada.
During the pandemic, more people moved out of expensive metros in search of affordability, outdoor amenities and warmer weather. However, homebuyers’ location choice may shift again.
Housing affordability is essential, but more affordable homes are located outside of major metros. Are they accessible?