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U.S. Residential Vacancies Decrease 9 Percent in Q3 2016 But Bank-Owned Vacancies Up 67 Percent From a Year Ago

Vacant Homes in Foreclosure (Zombies) Down 9 Percent From Year Ago; Increase in Vacant Bank-Owned (REO) Homes Corresponds to Overall REO Increase IRVINE, Calif. – Sept. 8, 2016 — ATTOM Data Solutions, the nation’s leading source for comprehensive housing data… Read More »


U.S. Home Loan Originations Decrease 4 Percent in Q2 2016 Despite Rise in Purchase and HELOC Originations

HELOC Originations Increase 5 Percent For 17th Consecutive Annual Increase VA Loan Originations Increase 14 Percent to Highest Level in 10 Years IRVINE, Calif. – Sept. 1, 2016 — ATTOM Data Solutions, the nation’s leading source for comprehensive housing data… Read More »


2016 Home Sales Increasing Twice as Fast in Counties with High Low Natural Hazard Risk Compared to High-Risk Counties

Home Prices in Lowest-Risk Counties 39 Percent Below Prices in Highest-Risk Counties; Home Sales Weaker in Markets with High Risk for Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Floods; Home Sales Stronger Than U.S. Average in Markets with High Risk for Tornadoes, Hail IRVINE, Calif…. Read More »


Foreclosure Starts Drop to 11-Year Low in July

Bank Repossessions Down 41 Percent From Year Ago Highest State Foreclosure Rates in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland Banks started the public foreclosure process on 36,863 U.S. residential properties in July 2016, down 5 percent from the previous month and down… Read More »


Equity Rich Housing Heat Map Q2 2016

More than 12.3 million U.S. properties were equity rich — meaning their owners owed less than 50 percent of the property’s value on outstanding mortgages — as of the end of Q2 2016, according to the Q2 2016 Home Equity… Read More »

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U.S. Median Home Sale Price Reaches New All-Time High in June

1 Percent Above Previous Peak in July 2005 Following 52 Consecutive Months of Increases; But Pace of Price Appreciation Slowing in 54 Percent of 349 Counties Analyzed; Q2 2016 Distressed Sales and Cash Sales Drop to Lowest Level Since 2007 … Read More »


More Than One-Third of U.S. Homes in Zip Codes at High Risk for Manmade Environmental Hazards

Median Home Prices 15 Percent Higher in Zips with Low Risk Than Zips with High Risk; 10-Year Price Appreciation Negative in High Risk Zips, Up 5.3 Percent in Low Risk Zips; Dirty Dozen Markets With Highest Share of High Risk… Read More »


How Home Affordability Will Suffer as Interest Rates Rise: County-Level Heat Map

With the Federal Reserve announcement today that it will be raising short-term interest rates by a quarter point — the first time it has done so since June 2006 — RealtyTrac took a look at the potential impact of rising interest rates… Read More »


Hurricanes: A Heat Map

A recent report by RealtyTrac shows that 29 percent of homes worth an estimated $4.7 trillion are in counties with a High or Very High hurricane risk. RealtyTrac identified counties with Very High or High hurricane risk. The hurricane risk… Read More »


Windy Counties: A Tornado Heat Map

RealtyTrac recently reported on the risk levels in natural disasters across the United States. This interactive heap map identifies the counties with Very High or High tornado risks. The top five counties are Wayne County, Michigan ( 821,990), Marion County,… Read More »

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