Housing market continues to rise from depths of foreclosure crisis

More than 7.75 million homes went through foreclosure in the 10 years ending with the close of 2016, but recent employment and economic trends in the United States show the potential to drive the future number of foreclosures to below the pre-housing crisis levels. A report by CoreLogic, a California company that provides financial and

Continue Reading →

Home Prices Continue Rising But….

Thanks to a recent report we know that home prices have continued rising across the United States by double digits year-over-year. The CoreLogic report shows that for 24 consecutive months home prices have been rising including the sale of distressed homes. As we move through 2014 home sales is expected to remain strong but CoreLogic

Continue Reading →

CoreLogic Reports Home Prices Increased By 12% Year over Year in January 2014

CoreLogic released more good news recently by producing new data which shows that home prices increased by 12% year-over-year in January 2014. The housing statistics also show that distressed sales also increased in January 2014 as well, compared to January 2013, and the Real Estate market has enjoyed 23 straight months of increases. Best Gains

Continue Reading →

CoreLogic Reports Home Prices Up 11% in December 2013

With Home Prices Continuing To Rise, What Will Real Estate Market Look Like By December 2014? Thanks to a recent CoreLogic report we know that home values in Bend Oregon, and across the United States, rose by 11% in the month of December alone, and this was the 22nd consecutive month that home prices had

Continue Reading →

CoreLogic Reports Majority Of Foreclosure Inventory In Judicial Foreclosure States

What is a judicial versus non-judicial foreclosure? “A judicial foreclosure goes through court. A non-judicial foreclosure does not.  Some states require that all foreclosures be judicial; others set forth procedures for non-judicial foreclosures. Whether a foreclosure is judicial or non-judicial is significant-  it affects the foreclosure process and procedures, how you can raise defenses, and

Continue Reading →

CoreLogic Reports Home Values Might Decline In Some Areas In 2014

CoreLogic made the news once again this week when the company predicted that the appreciation of home values in some metro areas will start to decelerate beginning in 2014 because, ever increasing home prices and higher mortgage interest rates will continue to make homes less affordable thus decreasing demand and making supply a lot more

Continue Reading →