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CoreLogic first-quarter revenue jumps 12%

Increase driven by 19% growth in data and analytics revenue
Ben Lane
Due to sustained growth in its data and analytics division, CoreLogic reported net revenue of $364.8 million in the first quarter, up 12% over the same time period last year. According to CoreLogic, the revenue growth was primarily driven by higher demand for property data, analytics and underwriting solutions.
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CoreLogic: Foreclosure inventory down 27.3% since February 2014

Total now down 67% from peak in 2010
Trey Garrison
Foreclosures and delinquencies are way down from last year and from their peaks right after the housing crash. Fewer opportunities for investors, but what does it mean for the economy as a whole?
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Cash home sales share drops to 38.9% in January 2015

But cash sales increased 3.2% on a monthly basis
Trey Garrison
Cash sales made up 38.9% of total home sales in January 2015, down from 41.4% in January 2014, down from the peak of 46.5%. Here’s what’s happening.
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Second look: Home price surge unlikely to last

Days of rapid price increases coming to an end
Trey Garrison
While the early February reports on home price appreciation seem to suggest a hot market, analysts say it won’t last. Here’s why.
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CoreLogic: February home price growth slowed to 1.1% from January

Prices rose 5.5% from February 2014
Trey Garrison
Home prices continue to grow, albeit at a subdued pace, making for a solid spring season in those terms. But with prices vastly outracing wage growth, is a storm brewing?
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Shaky housing market about to get even shakier

When will we all stop kidding ourselves?
Lynn Effinger
Over the past several years, despite Wall Street and the current administration’s efforts to artificially prop up the housing market with historically low interest rates and foreclosure-alternative programs such as moratoria, HAMP, HAFA and others, we discovered that the so-called housing recovery was simply rhetoric.
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Zillow: Underwater homeowners sink deeper even as home values rise

Rate of underwater mortgages stalled, worsening in some places
Trey Garrison
Rising prices have freed millions of homeowners who owed more on their mortgages than their homes were worth. But new Zillow data shows a troubling change in that trend.
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Housing starts see biggest collapse since January 2007

Devastating 17% monthly drop hits industry
Trey Garrison
Privately owned housing starts in February plummeted 17%, down to an annualized 897,000 from the revised January estimate of 1,081,000, with drops in the Northeast, Midwest and West leading the collapse. Are you worried yet?
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January’s home price growth surge may be temporary

Capital Economics: Tight inventory will loosen in the interim
Trey Garrison
Housing inventory was tight in January and the surge in home prices was welcome, if unsustainable. It sets up a compelling situation in the near term and long term. Capital Economics explains.
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CoreLogic: Foreclosure inventory drops 33.2% over last January

Florida sees drop of almost 50%
Trey Garrison
The floodwaters of the housing crisis continue to ebb, with foreclosures continuing their decline, and the current rate of homes in serious delinquency likewise falling. Here’s the latest.
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