Fire won’t keep homebuyers away from California

California communities devastated by ongoing wildfires will recover. But in the meantime, they may be in for more pain as the destruction cascades across local markets.

Home prices rise in September, but slowdown is on the horizon

In September, home prices rose 0.4 percent in a month and 5.6 percent year-over-year, according to Tuesday’s CoreLogic Home Price Index and Forecast.

Home sales fall by more than 20 percent in Southern California

The number of homes sold in Southern California dropped by 21.9 percent in just one month, according to property analytics provider CoreLogic.

Home sales fall by more than 20 percent in Southern California

The number of homes sold in Southern California dropped by 21.9 percent in just one month, according to property analytics provider CoreLogic.

6 ways to help hesitant sellers get off the fence and make a deal

Although it’s natural for homeowners to reach for that mythical tipping point from which they can sell high and buy low, the market remains unpredictable.

‘The status quo is broken’: How data debacle threatens us all

Many companies and organizations are building their own databases and platforms. Traditions are under siege. Confusion reigns as I watch the balkanization of our industry.

CoreLogic to acquire insurance claims software provider

Real estate analytics company CoreLogic announced Monday it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Symbility Solutions, an insurance claims technology platform.

Want to level up? Become a wealth manager, not just an agent

When catering to wealthy clients, one way to ensure repeat business is to become a wealth manager rather than simply a real estate agent.

Realtors and homes at risk as Hurricane Michael hits

Before the storm hit, real estate data and tech firm CoreLogic said property valued in excess of $13.4 billion was at risk of damage from the storm. Today, CoreLogic estimates that damage from wind and storm surges ranges from $2 billion to $4.5 billion — $1.5 billion to $3 billion of which applies to residential properties.

Hurricane Michael barreling toward $13.4B in real estate

With Hurricane Michael swirling toward the Gulf Coast, property valued in excess of $13.4 billion is at risk of storm damage, according to a new analysis.