Households in some U.S. markets pay almost 60% of their incomes toward rent, while those in others spend less than 25%.
Many potential U.S. homebuyers have relocated to less-expensive areas near their former residences so far in 2023.
Renters now spend more than 40% of their incomes on the cost of housing.
What a house is worth depends on the context. Constructing conventional homes has a price tag that is over 200% greater than barndominiums.
Housing affordability is essential, but more affordable homes are located outside of major metros. Are they accessible?
In the final episode of this season, we’re going to talk about how technology like artificial intelligence, machine learning and more are paving the way for the future of mortgage underwriting—and can move the needle meaningfully in closing the Affordable Lending Gap.
Between greater financial literacy education and awareness and existing down payment assistance programs, there are many solutions today to restore trust in the U.S. homeownership system and identify new opportunities to create responsible yet affordable mortgage financing.
Hi! I’m Pete Carroll, executive of public policy at CoreLogic and today, I’m going to talk about what’s impeding access to affordable and responsible mortgage loans.
There is a long, well-documented history of housing discrimination in the U.S., particularly as it pertains to U.S. Housing Policy.
In this new season, we'll review homeowner “demand” challenges, including restoring trust in the U.S. homeownership system and identifying new opportunities to create responsible, yet affordable mortgage financing. Header image: Attached
The affordable housing crisis is the convergence of two major challenges: supply and demand. “And right now,” said Martell, “those are completely out of balance.”
New Episode: The U.S. Housing Supply Crisis and Economic Mobility Hi, I’m Pete Carroll, executive of public policy at CoreLogic. In Part 1, we talked about subsidies needed, and in Part 2, we unpacked new innovations in manufacturing. Today we’ll conclude with creating new efficiencies in traditi...