Americans showed an increased preference for buying homes in suburban areas during the height of the pandemic, but that trend could now be shifting.
After more than a decade of overheated growth, 2022’s rapid increase in mortgage rates put the brakes on the U.S. housing market IRVINE, Calif., January 5, 2023—CoreLogic, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, released the major U.S. housing t...
In addition to younger Millennials, Gen Z members are also likely to fuel the demand for housing over the next couple of years, especially if affordability improves.
The question of housing affordability is a common one, and with P&I payments 58% higher than last year, this question has become even more urgent.
CoreLogic tracks construction cost for commercial, residential and agricultural construction of all types of goods (labor and materials) throughout the United States and Canada.
The share of single-family homes purchased by investors rose every month in Q3 to reach 26% in September.
Since May 2022, the appraisal gap has seen a precipitous decline at the same time that higher mortgage rates are squeezing buyers.
Following an unprecedented boom in global housing prices, countries are experiencing pricing corrections.
With current mortgage rates at over 6%, the vast majority (99%) of outstanding mortgage debt has a lower mortgage rate locked in.
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.
Although more than half of homes sold within 30 days, the median number of days they are staying on the market is growing.