Mortgage delinquency fell to an all-time low in May: Data
For the month of May, 2.6% of all mortgages in the US were in some stage of delinquency, a 0.1% decrease from the levels seen a year before, according to data from CoreLogic
by Ben Verde Jul 27
Home prices rose in May in defiance of down housing market
Prices rose 0.7% from April to May after adjusting for increases typically experienced in spring, according to estimates released Tuesday by CoreLogic and the Federal Housing Finance Agency
by Daniel Houston Jul 25
Here are the finalists for the 2023 Inman Innovator Awards
The 2023 Inman Innovator Awards finalists range from true upstarts to established players, with each offering a new vision for real estate. Winners will be announced live in Las Vegas, Aug. 8-10
by Inman Jul 20
US home price growth plunges to lowest level in more than a decade
Annual home price growth fell below 2% for the first time since 2012 as high prices and mortgage rates continued to inhibit buyers and sellers, according to data released Tuesday by CoreLogic
by Ben Verde Jul 11
Home prices ticked up in April as market faced a mixed bag
One new figure shows home prices rose in April compared to March but fell year over year. Economists, however, are fairly upbeat
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 27
Homeowners lose equity for 1st time in over a decade: Report
The typical U.S. homeowner with a mortgage lost about $5,400 in equity in Q1 2023 compared to a year earlier, CoreLogic said
by Taylor Anderson Jun 8
Second month of home price gains could signal end to year of declines
US home prices rose 0.7% in March, notching a second-straight month of upticks while suggesting declines that began in 2022 may be winding down, according to data from CoreLogic and the FHFA
by Ben Verde May 30
Single-family rent growth slows for 11th straight month in March
Annual single-family rent growth decelerated to a rate of 4.3% during March, according to CoreLogic. Despite the slowing trend, rental prices are still largely going up on a monthly basis
by Ben Verde May 16
REACH turns 10: Inside the NAR tech accelerator's success rate
Since the accelerator launched a decade ago, 80 companies have graduated from the program, an Intel analysis shows. More than 75% are still in business and about 20% have been acquired
'Survive till 2025': New supply, low demand signal rental 'sh#tstorm'
Markets across the country are now facing a possibility of rent falling year over year amid a negative outlook for apartments and commercial real estate broadly, experts told Inman
by Taylor Anderson Apr 11
Joint venture owned by CRMLS, Bright begins selling MLS data 
REdistribute aims to aggregate and distribute data for MLSs and participating brokers, sell it to institutions — including government-sponsored entities — and share the revenue with brokers
Rent peaked in February 2022. Here’s why it’s still driving inflation
Private indices show that rent peaked in early 2022. But the impact of the rapid increase in rent could still show up in inflation readings for months, economists told Inman
by Taylor Anderson Mar 28
West Coast hit hardest as US home prices cool for 7th-straight month
Nineteen cities out of 20 tracked by the S&P CoreLogic Case-Schiller Index posted monthly declines in January, with the biggest decreases seen in San Francisco, Seattle and San Diego
by Ben Verde Mar 28
Home price growth slows for 9th consecutive month in January
Annual home price growth dropped to 5.5% in the first month of 2023, but fell just 0.2% month over month, according to data released Tuesday as part of the CoreLogic Home Price Index
by Ben Verde Mar 7
Home prices cooled sharply to end 2022 — but affordability still elusive
Home price growth fell 5.8% annually in December, down from a 7.6% gain a month earlier, the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index shows. The FHFA also recorded a chill in appreciation
by Ben Verde Feb 28