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Completed foreclosures down almost one-third from September 2013

CoreLogic: Completed foreclosures down 61% from 2010 peak
Trey Garrison
There were 46,000 completed foreclosures nationally, down from 68,000 in September 2013, a year-over-year decrease of 32.6% and down 61% from the peak of completed foreclosures in 2010, according to CoreLogic.
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CoreLogic: Mortgage fraud risk rises 3.2% in last year

Florida shows greatest increase, Arizona largest decline
Trey Garrison
The risk of mortgage fraud has increased by 3.2% in the past year, led by Florida, according to the CoreLogic Mortgage Fraud Report.
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CoreLogic revenue rises $18.1 million in 3rd quarter

Marks second quarter of increasing revenue
Ben Lane
Citing growth in its data and analytics division and a shifting business plan, CoreLogic reported an increase in revenue from $349.4 million in the second quarter to $367.5 million in the third quarter.
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Find out which four housing markets CoreLogic says are overvalued

Texas takes half the list
Trey Garrison
Market Condition Indicators designed by CoreLogic identified only four of the top 50 markets in the U.S. as currently overvalued, based on data through August 2014.
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California foreclosures hit lowest level in eight years

Keeps heading down
Brena Swanson
Lending institutions initiated formal foreclosure proceedings last quarter on the lowest number of California homes in more than eight years. Will it last?
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Is the era of buying homes with cash coming to an end?

At lowest level since August 2008
Brena Swanson
Cash sales are slowly turning into the endangered species of the industry, reaching the lowest share since August 2008. And looking at this CoreLogic chart, it doesn't look like that will change anytime soon.
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Capital Economics: August price growth was strongest in five months

Home prices are slowing but not as bad as earlier this year
Trey Garrison
The increase in the CoreLogic measure of house prices in August, although barely half the average monthly gain of August 2012 and 2013, suggests that the housing market is putting the soft patch in prices from earlier this year behind it, a client note from Capital Economics says.
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CoreLogic: Home price growth continues downward trend

Balances the real estate market
Brena Swanson
"Continued moderation of home price appreciation is a welcomed sign of more balanced real estate markets and less pressure on affordability for potential home buyers in the near future," said Mark Fleming, chief economist at CoreLogic.
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CoreLogic introduces new cloud-based leasing solution

Leasing Manager streamlines application process, allows property owners to mirror their branding
Levi Shultz
Leasing Manager enables applicants to search and browse real-time vacancies and pricing, apply for apartment homes, initiate screening requests, make payments, review documents and transition to become new residents.
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Foreclosure inventory down 32.8% from August 2013

CoreLogic: 45,000 foreclosures in August
Trey Garrison
There were 45,000 completed foreclosures nationally, down from 58,000 in August 2013, a year-over-year decrease of 22.2%, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.
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