Category Archive for: ‘CoreLogic’

San Francisco Has The Nations Fewest Delinquent Mortgage Holders

San Francisco Has the Nation’s Fewest Delinquent Mortgage Holders

The U.S. mortgage-delinquency rate dipped to 4.3 percent in March, the lowest since March 2007. In the San Francisco metropolitan area, 1.5 percent of...
Most Bay Area Housing Markets Are Not Overvauled

Most Bay Area Housing Markets Are Not Overvauled

Home prices grew by 7.6 percent in California and 7.9 percent in the San Francisco metropolitan area on an annual basis in October. The San Francisco,...
Most Bay Area Housing Markets Are Not Overvalued

Most Bay Area Housing Markets Are Not Overvalued

Home prices grew by 7.6 percent in California and 7.9 percent in the San Francisco metropolitan area on an annual basis in October. The San Francisco,...
U S Foreclosure Rate Falls To 10 Year Low

U.S. Foreclosure Rate Falls to 10-Year Low

The U.S. foreclosure rate fell to 0.7 percent of properties with a mortgage as of June, with 4.5 percent of borrowers more than 30 days delinquent on...
U S Housing Inventory Sinks To 30 Year Low

U.S. Housing Inventory Sinks to 30-Year Low

Nationwide, home prices rose by 6.5 percent in June, while inventory shrunk by 7.1 percent. Inventory dropped to the lowest level in 30 years in the...
Forecast California Home Prices To Grow By 10 Percent Through 2018

Forecast: California Home Prices to Grow by 10 Percent Through 2018

California home prices rose by 5.8 percent year over year in May and are projected to grow by 9.7 percent by next spring. U.S. rents rose by 3.1 percent...
Californians Gained 25000 In Home Equity Over The Past Year

Californians Gained $25,000 in Home Equity Over the Past Year

From the first quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2017, Americans gained more than $766 billion in home equity, the largest annual increase in...
Deciphering Home Prices Are They Declining In San Francisco

Deciphering Home Prices: Are They Declining in San Francisco?

Executive Summary: The recent Federal Housing Finance Agency House Price Index showed 2.5 percent first-quarter year-over-year depreciation in the San...
San Francisco Is Still The Top U S Market For Home Equity

San Francisco Is Still the Top U.S. Market for Home Equity

Although California price appreciation slowed in 2016, homeowners still gained about twice as many equity dollars as the national average. San Francisco...
U S Home Construction To See Healthy Gains In 2017

U.S. Home Construction to See Healthy Gains in 2017

Single-family home production, housing starts, and permits are all expected to rise this year, providing at least some relief to a market starved for...
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