Daren Blomquist jumps to Auction.com from Attom Data Solutions

Daren Blomquist, a widely cited real estate expert, has taken a new job at Auction.com as the company’s vice president of market economics.

Attom Data Solutions acquired by private equity firm

Lovell Minnick Partners announced Tuesday it had completed its acquisition of Attom Data Solutions, the real estate data and analytics company.

In sign of cooling market, flips decline to lowest level since 2015

U.S. home flips have fallen to the lowest level in over three years, according to a new report from Attom Data Solutions, the property information firm.

Want a good deal on a home? Buy in December

The day after Christmas is the best day to buy a home if you’re looking for a discount, according to a new study from Attom Data Solutions. Overall December is the best month to buy a home if you’re looking for a deal, the study found.

Want a good deal on a home? Buy in December

The day after Christmas is the best day to buy a home if you’re looking for a discount, according to a new study from Attom Data Solutions. Overall December is the best month to buy a home if you’re looking for a deal, the study found.

More properties are equity-rich than ever before

Some 14.5 million properties in the U.S. are now worth more than twice the cost of their loans, according to Attom Data Solutions.

Attom Data Solutions moves property database onto the cloud

Attom Data Solutions, which has spent years building a massive catalogue of property records, announced Monday it has uploaded its database onto the cloud.

Home affordability at 10-year low

As home price gains have outpaced wage growth and rising interest rates have nudged up mortgage costs, home affordability has dropped to a 10-year low.

US refinance loan originations have dropped to a 4-year low

Weakening mortgage demand caused by rising mortgage rates has slowed loan originations to its lowest level since Q1 2014, according to Attom Data Solutions’ latest report.

Returns on home-flipping fall to 4-year low

In the second quarter of 2018, the average gross return-on-investment (ROI) for flipped homes was 44.3 percent, marking a 3.5 percent decline from the first quarter and a 5.7 percent decline from this time last year. It’s also a major drop-off from the peak on ROI of over 50 percent in early 2016.