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Home Price Appreciation Cooled in August

According to the latest Home Data Index Market Report from Clear Capital, home price appreciation cooled markedly in August as it’s proprietary Clear Capital Home Data Index for the second quarter of 2022 rose 7.4% over the previous quarter; on ...

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Property Value Growth Slows in January

The January 2022 Home Data Index Market Report (HDI) has been released by Clear Capital—a Nevada-based property valuation management and data solutions company—which shows that the average American home increased in value by 3.4% over the previous quarter.  According to the report, ...

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Property Values Rise Continue to Rise

The October 2021 Home Data Index Market Report (HDI) has been released by Clear Capital—a Nevada-based property valuation management and data solutions company—shows that the average American home increased in value by 5.3% over last quarter.  According to the report, home prices are now up 19.5% year-over-year on average.  ...

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Rebuilding Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico San Juan

As the island of Puerto Rico looks at a long road to recovery more than a year after being hit by Hurricane Maria, leaders from the mortgage and servicing industry have come together to help in rebuilding this paradise.

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Housing Growth Expected to Slow For the Remainder of 2015

Outlook, Fitch Ratings

In January, the company forecasted total national housing market growth for 2015 to reach 1.3 percent, more than five percent lower than growth for 2014 at 6.7 percent. The adjusted forecast presumes that year-end national growth will come in at 2.6 percent, falling within the projected range of 1 percent to 3 percent.

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Clear Capital: Best Home Deals in ‘Mid-Tier’

Clear Capital recently released its Home Data Index Market Report, which found the best deals in the housing market now reside in the middle-tier of available homes. The group found that following more than two years of recovery, low-tier homes are no longer the best value for homebuyers.

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