FHFA announces 2016 conforming loan limits

FHFA announces 2016 conforming loan limits

Much of U.S. left unchanged; limits increase in 39 ‘high-cost’ counties

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Items Tagged with 'CoreLogic'


CoreLogic: Foreclosures continue downward trend in September

Serious delinquency rate drops to new low
The national foreclosure inventory fell again in September, declining by 24.3%. "As we head into 2016, based on almost every major metric, the fundamentals underpinning the housing market are healthier than any time since 2007," said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic.
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CoreLogic: Home prices up 6.4% in September

Prices continue to remain stable
While home prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased by 6.4% in September 2015 compared with a year ago, Sam Khater, deputy chief economist for CoreLogic, explained that this is once again good news for the company given past home price results.
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CoreLogic: Cash sales share drops to 9-year low

Investors still seek opportunities in key markets
Cash sales made up 30.8% of total home sales in July 2015, down from 34.2% in July 2014, according to CoreLogic. At this pace they could hit just 25% by mid-2017. Here's the breakdown and where there are still investor opportunities.
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CoreLogic sees revenue climb 5% in third quarter

Growth driven by property, insurance, international and underwriting solutions
CoreLogic reported a growth in revenue in the third quarter. According to the company, the growth was driven primarily by property, insurance, international and underwriting solutions, which more than offset foreign currency translation impacts and lower project-related volumes.
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[Chart] Millennials worry about the affordability of life itself

BofA: This keeps them up at night, probably
The cost of living is a main concern for the majority of Millennials, regardless of where they live. And the worries don’t end there. The ability to save, find a new job and even lose a job causes them to not sleep at night, according to some calculations from Bank of America and USA Today.
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