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Completed foreclosures drop 40% in December

Homes in serious delinquency fall to lowest level since 2007
Foreclosures decreased substantially at the end of 2016, as completed foreclosures sank 40% and foreclosure inventory dropped 30%. In fact, homes in serious delinquency dipped to its lowest level since 2007. CoreLogic’s president and CEO talks about what turn foreclosure trends will take in 2017.
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CoreLogic: Home prices jump 7% in December

Increase projected to slow next year
Home prices finished 2016 with a bang, increasing over 7% annually. However, CoreLogic forecasts home price increases in 2017 to continue due to low inventory and high demand, but they will be more subdued.
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Case-Shiller: Housing market now officially, completely recovered

Blitzer: Uncertainty remains on Trump impact
Home prices increased in November, bringing a chairman of the Index Committee to explain that the housing market is completely recovered from the crisis. Case-Shiller’s top 20 cities all posted monthly increases after seasonal adjustment. One expert explains why the new administration could push home prices even further in the months to come.
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Top 10 cities with homes most threatened by heavy winds

CoreLogic gives its Windy City index
Even without a tornado or hurricane, high speed winds can cause significant damage to homes. Because of this risk, homeowners in areas more prone to high wind speeds can sometimes see a decrease in their home’s value or even major property damage during storms. CoreLogic’s most recent report ranks the top 10 cities that are most at risk to wind damage.
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Foreclosure inventory declines another 30%

Hovers slightly above pre-crisis levels
Foreclosures dropped once again by 30% for the year ending in November 2016, according to CoreLogic’s new report. Now, foreclosure numbers are hovering slightly above pre-crisis numbers. In fact, the number of homes in serious delinquency hit the lowest point since 2007.
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CoreLogic: Home prices grew more than 7% in November

Marks first time since May 2014
The final housing market reports of 2016 are still rolling in. CoreLogic’s assessment of the November housing market shows that home prices rose by 7.1%, which marks the first time prices exceeded 7% since May 2014. Moving into 2017, economists don’t expect the trend to change.
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