Black History Month, which takes place annually in February, is a time to recognize and celebrate the Black Americans throughout history who paved the paths, broke the barriers and opened the doors for today’s Black leaders. From civil rights leaders to inventors and artists to scientists, Black ...
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith speaks with the CoreLogic team members who work behind the scenes of this podcast.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic’s Public Policy and Industry Relations Executive Pete Carroll to discuss how climate-related financial risk influences government policy with a focus on President Biden’s Executive Order 14030.
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.
New home sales trends are occurring in areas with lower cost-of-living, lower population density and nearby outdoor amenities.
2020 altered and realigned the real estate market in many ways, but aside from a brief blip, things have remained business as usual for house flippers.
New Episode: The U.S. Housing Supply Crisis and Economic Mobility Hi, I’m Pete Carroll, executive of public policy at CoreLogic. In Part 1, we talked about subsidies needed, and in Part 2, we unpacked new innovations in manufacturing. Today we’ll conclude with creating new efficiencies in traditi...