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  • Price Gains Don't Signal Bottom: First American

    The year-over-year housing price decline decelerated to its lowest level of the year in June, but that doesn’t mean housing is about to hit bottom, according to officials at First American CoreLogic, a division of The First American Corp [stock FAF][/stock]. National housing prices decreased 7.8% in June 2009 compared to June 2008, according to First American’s Loan Performance Home Price Index (HPI).
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  • First American CoreLogic Launches iPhone App

    First American Corporation’s [stock FAF][/stock] First American CoreLogic division launched RealQuest, a free iPhone application. The new app can access mobile market data including property values, foreclosure information and housing trends on more than 140m residential properties. The software also has interactive maps that locate properties in the listings.
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  • Rate of Home Price Decline Slows

    The rate of home price declines in markets across the US appears to be slowing. National home prices slipped 9.2% in May from a year earlier -- the smallest year-over year decline recorded in 2009 and the lowest since December 2007 -- according to an index calculated by First American CoreLogic. May's national decline showed 50 bps of improvement over April's downwardly adjusted 9.7% rate.
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  • Year-over-Year Home Price Declines Continue: Report

    Home prices have declined by at least 10 percent on a year-over-year basis for 11 consecutive months and February preview data indicates the trend will continue, according to a report released Monday by First American CoreLogic. National resale housing prices fell 11.6 percent in January from a year ago. The number of metropolitan markets experiencing price declines was, by far, the highest level tracked by American CoreLogic's LoanPerformance Home Price Index, the company said.
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  • Home Prices Drop 10.6% in 2008: Report

    In the largest decline in over 30 years, National home prices dropped 10.6 percent in 2008, according to First American CoreLogic's LoanPerformance Home Price Index released Monday. Since U.S. home prices reached their peak in 2006, prices have declined a cumulative 18.5 percent.
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  • Economist Sees Ray of Hope for Home Prices

    The rate of decline in home prices across key U.S. markets continued to slow in October compared to one year earlier, evidence of what one economist says may be a forming trough in home price depreciation. A home price index published by First American CoreLogic, released earlier this week, found that home prices across the country declined 10.4 percent in October, representing a slight improvement over Sept.'s reported 11.2 percent decline.
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  • Partnership Aims to Make Foreclosure Shopping a Breeze for Investors

    First American CoreLogic, a member of The First American Corp. [stock FAF][/stock] family and a provider of property and ownership information, analytics and services, announced Tuesday it had entered a partnership with start-up real estate search engine Roost Inc. The partnership will offer real estate investors quick access to information on more than 1.5 million foreclosed homes, both companies said in a statement.
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  • Home Price Declines Stabilize in July: Report

    During July, U.S. nominal home prices declined 10.9 percent from average prices one year ago, according to data released Tuesday afternoon by First American CoreLogic; the company also said that an early look at August's data suggests a similar 10.8 percent annualized price drop. The company's LoanPerformance Home Price Index has suggested a slowing in the rate of price declines nationwide the past few months, even if the price drops remain well into double-digit territory.
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  • Tech Roundup: New Partnerships Figure into Industry Landscape

    Ellie Mae and CoreLogic: Ellie Mae, primarily an LOS provider, said last week that it has partnered with First American CoreLogic to provide what it called "a time-saving, one-stop solution" that allows appraisers to retrieve an appraisal order and the property data required to begin the appraisal process.
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