Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Bridget Berg to talk about who ends up paying when someone defaults on a loan and how automation may open the door for increased fraud.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Bridget Berg to talk about the types of mortgage fraud, where it is most prevalent in the industry and why fraud can be so difficult to detect.
Are we on the brink of another global financial crisis? The answer is complex, but uncertainty does not mean that a recession is brewing.
Shifts in weather risks for homes inside and outside the extreme heat belt can change homeowners’ insurance pricing, availability, and affordability.
Mortgage buydown activity increased late last year as interest rates rose but has begun to slow in 2023.
CoreLogic’s climate-coupled-catastrophe models help make informed decisions, developing robust risk mitigation strategies, and adapting to our changing environment.
U.S. home prices began rebounding on an annual basis in July, rising by 2.5%.
U.S. homeowners with a mortgage gained nearly $14,000 in equity from the first quarter of 2023 to the second quarter.
Both U.S. overall mortgage delinquency and foreclosure rates remained at or near an all-time low in June.
Midwestern metro areas such as Cleveland and Chicago are now the hottest housing markets, while Mountain-West pandemic boomtowns like Denver and Phoenix are now among the coolest.
Haystacks partnered with CoreLogic to transform real estate investment with property data and advanced analytics.