Eric Fox

Eric Fox

Eric Fox is VP of Statistical and Economic Modeling at Veros Real Estate Solutions. Fox received his M.S. in Statistics and B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from Purdue University, and has 30 years of industrial experience in statistical and econometric modeling, probabilistic life methodology development, statistical training, probabilistic design software development, and probabilistic financial/competitive analysis.

ARTICLES

  • Mile-high appreciation

    Veros' Eric Fox takes a look at the high-performing area of Denver-Aurora-Broomfield
    Whether it's ranking America's highest rates of real estate appreciation or just its highest real estate, Washington and Colorado are top of the heap. Those states, which coincidentally have eight of the 10 highest peaks in the continental U.S., have six of the 10 Metropolitan Statistical Areas topping the most recent VeroFORECAST projections from Veros Real Estate Solutions. This week, Veros' Eric Fox takes a look at the high-performing area of Denver-Aurora-Broomfield.
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  • King County is king, and counting

    Seattle continues to lead in home price growth
    Seattle's rate of real estate appreciation has topped the national charts for more than a year and, based on the latest quarterly forecast from Veros Real Estate Solutions, will stay there for the next 12 months. Here is a breakdown on real estate growth in Washington's King County.
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  • Predicting real estate depreciation

    Projected value of real estate is constantly changing
    [Op-ed] The projected value of real estate is constantly changing. However, carefully researched, reliable projections always have value for real estate and mortgage professionals. There are many reasons for this, but among the most vital are that this data can help lenders anticipate risk and facilitate loan portfolio management.
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  • Here's how predicting housing cycles improves mortgage lending

    A new service provided to LendingLife
    For lenders, having reliable data-driven predictions is essential for a range of decisioning: determining reliable loan-to-value (LTV) thresholds; examining risk at origination; understanding at-risk portions of a portfolio for acquisition or loss-mitigation purposes; improving servicing strategies in situations of default, REO or short sale; and understanding and identifying suitable loan modification options to avoid additional risk for troubled homeowners.
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