A healthy job market continues to boost mortgage performance, with serious delinquencies falling to a 24-year low in August.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Bridget Berg to talk about who ends up paying when someone defaults on a loan and how automation may open the door for increased fraud.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Bridget Berg to talk about the types of mortgage fraud, where it is most prevalent in the industry and why fraud can be so difficult to detect.
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.
Core Conversations explores the effects of inflation on housing prices, drawing connections to global trends.
The CoreLogic Mortgage Fraud Report analyzes the collective level of loan application fraud risk the mortgage industry is experiencing each quarter.
U.S. mortgage performance remained on solid footing in July, with both overall delinquency and foreclosure rates continuing to hover near record lows.
Mortgage buydown activity increased late last year as interest rates rose but has begun to slow in 2023.
In this Core Conversations episode: how automated underwriting, digital mortgage software and property technology influence the future of the mortgage market.
Maiclaire Bolton Smith and Praveen Chandramohan discuss why real estate technology is essential to improving the mortgage workflow.
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.