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  • Former CoreLogic exec named general counsel at Fannie Mae

    Terry Theologides will bring his legal expertise to the GSE
    Fannie Mae has brought on former CoreLogic exec Stergios "Terry" Theologides to serve as EVP, general counsel and corporate secretary. Theologides worked previously as CoreLogic’s SVP, general counsel and secretary, where he helped guide strategic initiatives and advised on matters related to compliance, information security and enterprise risk.
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  • Is Manafort-style mortgage fraud more common than we think?

    Mortgage fraud is on the rise as more consumers use false claims to jump hurdles to homeownership
    Last week, Paul Manafort was slapped with charges by New York for a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud scheme, accused of inflating his company's income and failing to disclose his debts in to secure $20 million in loans. Manafort's drama may be extreme, but in the current climate, where home prices are cooling off and the refi market is a fraction of what it used to be, are we likely to see more cases of mortgage fraud emerging?
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  • Zillow: Rent growth hits a 10-month high in February

    U.S. median rent reaches $1,472, adds extra $400 in expenses for average renter
    While the housing market continues to experience a slowdown in home sales and price appreciation, new data from Zillow suggests the rental market is heating up. But Zillow Economist Jeff Tucker warns this sudden spark could soon go dim.
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  • Foreclosure rate falls to near 20-year low

    Rising equity levels push foreclosure rates down
    The share of mortgages in some stage of the foreclosure process fell to 0.4% in December – tying with the previous month for the lowest rate since January 2000, according to the latest report from CoreLogic, which noted that the overall delinquency rate has fallen steadily since the beginning of 2018 to pre-crisis levels not seen since early 2006.
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  • Average homeowner gained $9,700 in equity in 1 year

    Will this translate to demand for home equity loans?
    Homeowners keep racking up equity, with the average gain totaling $9,700 over the past year. According to the latest report from CoreLogic, this equates to an 8.1% increase year over year and represents an aggregate gain of $678.4 billion since Q4 2017. Could this mean big volume for home equity loans as interest rates slide?
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  • The housing market isn't appreciating like it used to

    But will things turn around in 2019?
    Home price growth continues to slacken, with annual growth decelerating to the slowest pace since August 2012. According to recent data from CoreLogic, home prices in January grew 4.4% year over year, increasing just 0.1% from the previous month. While lower mortgage rates should help appreciation pick up this spring, will 2019 see the slowdown continue?
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  • [WATCH] CoreLogic removes pain points from real estate tax payments

    The DigitalTax Platform provides the right data at the right time
    Regulators are scrutinizing the timeliness and accuracy of real estate tax payments, which means lenders need reliable tax solutions to stay compliant. By leveraging the power, scale and breadth of its data, CoreLogic is able to equip clients with a solution that meets these demands.
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  • From HW Magazine

    CoreLogic leverages data to deliver fast, accurate valuations

    Centralized hub manages appraisal orders, AVMs, and title and closing services
    Over the past several years, CoreLogic has significantly grown its valuations business through a series of acquisitions. With consumers, lenders, regulators and the GSEs expecting faster and more accurate valuations, CoreLogic delivers a host of comprehensive valuation tools for a seamless valuation process.  
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  • Have we reached a tipping point in the rising costs of homes?

    Case-Shiller report shows lowest level of home price growth since Nov. 2016
    After rising constantly since 2012, are home prices now finally starting to modulate a bit? New data from S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic suggests that may just be the case. According to a review of the data by CoreLogic Deputy Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin, thanks to a slower December, home price growth is now at its lowest level since November 2016.
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