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‘Significant Progress’ Made for Negative Equity Homes

2015 HUD

As of the end of 2013, CoreLogic estimates the number of mortgaged residential properties with equity totaled about 42.7 million, representing a share of about 86.7 percent. Due to a slowdown in the quarterly growth rate of the company's Home Price Index, the share of homes with equity versus underwater homes was mostly unchanged from Q3 to Q4.

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California Economy Makes Progress

The Wells Fargo Economics Group released its California Economic Outlook for February, 2014. The report noted that while recovery has been slow in the past, "[T]he state has methodically made progress working through a number of major impediments, most notably the overhang of foreclosures and distressed homes left over from the housing bust."

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Foreclosure Inventory Drops by One-Third, Still Elevated

Short Sales

Foreclosure inventory in January was down by one-third over the year, although completed foreclosures ticked up over the month, according to CoreLogic’s National Foreclosure Report released Thursday. Demonstrating an 11.8 percent increase over the month, completed foreclosures totaled 48,000 in January.

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First-Time Buyers Face Affordability Issues

Chief economist at CoreLogic, Mark Fleming, notes new factors affecting a homeowners ability to buy a home. The ability for a prospective buyer to purchase a home depends greatly on whether the buyer already owns a home, a report released Thursday notes. The market is being affected by the intersection of rising home prices, rising interest rates and stagnating incomes, which puts first-time buyers behind the curve that has benefitted them greatly since 2007.

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December Home Prices Up 11% from 2012

CoreLogic released its Home Price Index (HPI) for December 2013, noting an 11 percent bump since December 2012. Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic, was optimistic about the future: "After six years of fits and starts, we can now see a clearer path to a durable recovery in single-family residential housing across most of the United States."

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Price Gains to Diminish as REO Inventories Dissipate

CoreLogic anticipates a substantial deceleration in home price gains this year. In fact, the firm predicts home price gains will fall just below the long-term historical norm of 4.5 percent appreciation annually, which has been maintained since 1975.

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Foreclosure Inventory Down 31% in 2013, Slow Progress Expected in 2014

National foreclosure inventory fell 31 percent year-over-year in December, with 2.1 percent of all homes with a mortgage in some stage of foreclosure, according to CoreLogic's December National Foreclosure Report. Completed foreclosures also declined year-over-year in December, though at a somewhat lower rate of 14 percent. "Clearly, 2013 was a transitional year for residential property in the United States," said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic.

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Report: 6.4M Borrowers Remain Underwater Despite Rising Home Prices

About 6.4 million homes remain underwater after nearly 800,000 homes returned to a state of positive equity during the third quarter, according to the latest data from CoreLogic. The real estate analytics and services provider says the increase in equity brought the share of underwater properties down to about 13 percent nationally, compared to 14.7 percent in the second quarter.

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Foreclosures, Foreclosure Inventory, Serious Delinquencies All Falling

At 48,000, completed foreclosures registered a 30 percent annual decline in October, according to CoreLogic. The industry's foreclosure inventory (2.2 percent) and serious delinquency rate (5.1 percent) also fell. While the declines were significant, CoreLogic pointed out in its report that between 2000 and 2006, completed foreclosures averaged about 21,000 per month and the foreclosure inventory rate was 0.6 percent.

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LOGS Network Welcomes Scott Brinkley as CEO

LOGS Network announced Wednesday that it has made a strategic addition to its leadership team with the addition of Scott Brinkley as the organization's new CEO. Before joining LOGS, Brinkley held executive positions for two decades with First American and CoreLogic. He also co-founded a large claims processing business and most recently was CEO of the Illinois foreclosure law firm Pierce and Associates.

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