Delinquency rates, down overall, soar in cities hit by fires, flooding

In the face of historically low foreclosure rates, the effects of climate change on homeownership has begun to take shape in cities now recovering from natural disasters.

Home equity growth is sluggish

While continuing to grow, home equity rates have increased at the slowest pace in two years, according to CoreLogic’s latest equity report.

Home prices are still growing and will into next year

Sorry, buyers: Home prices are still on the rise and will continue to grow into next year, according to a CoreLogic Home Price Index and Forecast released on Tuesday. However, the rate of growth is slowing down. 

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.

Delinquency rate hits new low

Mortgage delinquency and foreclosure rates hit a 12-year low in July, continuing a streak of month-over-month declines, according to a new analysis Tuesday.

Home prices rise — at slower pace

In August, home prices grew 5.5 percent year-over-year, with a single-family home now commanding $285,700 on average, according to CoreLogic.

Foreclosures and delinquency rates dip to 12-year low: CoreLogic

Home delinquency and foreclosure rates have hit a new 12-year low, according to the latest CoreLogic Loan Performance Insight report released Tuesday.

As home prices rise 6.2%, sellers’ confidence grows: CoreLogic

Home prices grew 6.2 percent in July year-over-year, with average single-family homes now commanding $285,700, according to CoreLogic.

US foreclosures fall to 12-year-low: CoreLogic

In an excellent sign for the housing market, more Americans are able to make timely payments on their home mortgages and fewer are losing their homes to foreclosure that at any point since 2006.

Sky-high prices the biggest hurdle to homeownership, say millennials

CoreLogic released its Home Price Index data for June 2018, which shows that the average cost of a house grew by 6.8 percent from last year.