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.
Curious about what Season 3 of Core Conversations has in store for listeners? Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith has a few fun ideas for next year.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel to talk about today’s economic trends in the housing market and how tracking them has revealed that perhaps things are not as dire as they might seem.
In this episode, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Deputy Chief Economist Selma Hepp to discuss the luxury real estate market both in the U.S. and abroad, as well as dive into the trends driving the sales of these chic abodes.
In 2021, people spent more on real estate than ever before. CoreLogic Economist Thomas Malone describes the underlying trends that led to record-breaking expenditures.
Price growth that outstrips rent gains over an extended period could be a sign that homes are overvalued if capitalization rate had remained unchanged.
CoreLogic Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft shares an overview of the effect of inflation rates on the cost of rent in the U.S.
2021 was a strong year for the U. S. housing market. Home price appreciation was in the double digits and sales volume was near pre-pandemic levels.
Fraud risk increased 37% over 2020 levels, putting the CoreLogic fraud risk index near pre-pandemic levels. The major difference between 2019 and today is that the risk is rising instead of declining.
Much like other parts of the U.S. economy, commercial property sales fell when the pandemic began.
Soaring Rents in the Southwest Go Underrepresented in Inflation Last month we showed that U.S. inflation may be underestimated due to the use of a measure called owners’ equivalent rent, which makes up 30% of the core consumer price index. When the CoreLogic single-family rent index is used as an...