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CoreLogic slashes 2014 mortgage origination estimate by 10%

Still reports revenue growth of 13%
July 23, 2014
CoreLogic’s second-quarter revenue increased to $349.4 million, which was also up 0.4% from 2Q13. The company said that the increase was “despite an estimated 50% contraction in U.S. mortgage volumes.”
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Home price growth continued to cool in May

CoreLogic: Even higher-end homes showing weakness
July 22, 2014
Home prices rose just 0.4% in May from the previous month, the Federal Housing Finance Agency reported Tuesday, continuing the rapid cool down in price appreciation in the housing market.
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Is this why 3.6 million ready homeowners aren’t selling in 2014?

One in three current mortgage holders have a rate below 4%
July 21, 2014
The problem for one in three homeowners is that selling and then buying means surrendering a dynamite mortgage interest rate, which means even if the home they want to buy is about the same price, they end up paying much more per month.
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NAR: One chart shows widening affordability gap

Home prices keep trending higher
July 15, 2014
Housing affordability is taking a giant hit as home prices continue to rise, and this chart shows just how severe the decline is.
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5 ways to capture the millennial market

The next set of first-time homeowners
July 9, 2014
Millennials are infamous for putting a drag on the housing recovery since they are drowning in student debt, but as it becomes easier for younger adults to land a job, they will once again start mulling over the idea of owning a home. And here is just how lenders can capture that new audience.
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It’s a landlord’s world, you just rent in it

Single-family rental continues growth as homeownership shrinks
July 9, 2014
Although investor activity peaked in 2012, it’s still abnormally high and with rental demand rising and supply dwindling, investors will continue to snap up distressed properties and existing homes. Meanwhile, homeownership continues to decline.
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Judicial states' foreclosure pipelines struggle to keep pace

CoreLogic: Foreclosure inventory falls 31 months straight
July 8, 2014
Although the nation’s foreclosure inventory continues to post strong improvement, it's filtering across America disproportionately, with judicial states significantly lagging behind non-judicial.
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Hurricane Arthur on track to wreak $35M in residential property damage

CoreLogic forecasts worst-case scenario for Independence Day destruction
July 3, 2014
Hurricane Arthur is bearing down on the East Coast with initial landfall expected sometime later Thursday. If it continues on track and under the worst circumstances, it could cause up to $35 million in residential property damage.
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CoreLogic: Home prices surge 8.8%

Price growth starts to cool off
July 1, 2014
Although home prices increased 8.8% from last year, this is still down almost three percentage points from just three months ago.
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Where millennials are putting their money

Education vs. Homeownership
June 27, 2014
Millennials are flooding news headlines for putting homeownership on the back burner, but this report from CoreLogic shows what exactly is taking its place.
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