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The Arizona Republic
Finally, Phoenix-area homeowners turning right side up on mortgagesjust the last four years, equity for (U.S.) homeowners with a mortgage has near
Finally, Phoenix-area homeowners turning right side up on mortgages
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 days ago
just the last four years, equity for (U.S.) homeowners with a mortgage has nearly doubled to $6.9 trillion," said Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic and former economist with government-owned mortgage giant Freddie Mac. I... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Home prices rising faster in Washington than in any other stateaverage, and beating out second-place Oregon (up 10.3 percent) and third-place
Home prices rising faster in Washington than in any other state
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 days ago
average, and beating out second-place Oregon (up 10.3 percent) and third-place Colorado (up 9.5 percent), CoreLogic said. Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic’s chief economist, pointed to Washington’s mix of urban and scenic outdoor activities as a big draw,... Read more
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Charleston Regional Business Journal
Home prices in region see increasemonth. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in soli
Home prices in region see increase
Charleston Regional Business Journal / Posted 11 days ago
month. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid home price growth in most markets,” said Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic, in a statement. “An expected gradual rise in interest rates and more homes... Read more
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TribLIVE
Mortgage lenders place premium on good credit, New York Fed says29 percent in 2005. In other words, lower-rated borrowers aren't even applying.
Mortgage lenders place premium on good credit, New York Fed says
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
29 percent in 2005. In other words, lower-rated borrowers aren't even applying. The reasons for that are puzzling, said Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic's chief economist. “Are they being discouraged by agents, by lenders or by the media that credit is... Read more
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Providence Business News
R.I. foreclosure inventory rate falls in Aprilsaid. “The recovery in home prices and improved labor market have contributed
R.I. foreclosure inventory rate falls in April
Providence Business News / Posted 14 days ago
said. “The recovery in home prices and improved labor market have contributed to the drop in seriously delinquent rates,” Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic, said in a statement. “Over the 12 months through April, the CoreLogic Home... Read more
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Calculated Risk
CoreLogic: "268,000 US Homeowners Regained Equity in the First Quarter of 2016"12 months. “In just the last four years, equity for homeowners with a mortgage
CoreLogic: "268,000 US Homeowners Regained Equity in the First Quarter of 2016"
Calculated Risk / Posted 19 days ago
12 months. “In just the last four years, equity for homeowners with a mortgage has nearly doubled to $6.9 trillion,” said Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. “The rapid increase in home equity reflects the improvement in home prices,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Chicago among cities with largest number of underwater homeowners, studies showperiod of the housing decline, when about a quarter of the nation's homes had n
Chicago among cities with largest number of underwater homeowners, studies show
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
period of the housing decline, when about a quarter of the nation's homes had negative equity, said CoreLogic economist Frank Nothaft. Yet it's still far worse than the historical norm. Typically, only about 2 to 3 percent of homes are... Read more
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Orange County Register
House price gain slowed to 5% in AprilApril. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in soli
House price gain slowed to 5% in April
Orange County Register / Posted 20 days ago
April. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid home-price growth in most markets,” said Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic’s chief economist. “An expected gradual rise in interest rates and more homes offered for sale are... Read more
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Providence Business News
Home prices rise in Prov. metro, R.I.in April. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in s
Home prices rise in Prov. metro, R.I.
Providence Business News / Posted 21 days ago
in April. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid home-price growth in most markets,” Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic, said in a statement. “An expected gradual rise in interest rates and more homes... Read more
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The News & Observer
Triangle home prices kept rising in Apriltime. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid
Triangle home prices kept rising in April
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
time. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid home-price growth in most markets,” said Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic, in a statement. “An expected gradual rise in interest rates and more homes... Read more
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Calculated Risk
CoreLogic: House Prices up 6.2% Year-year in AprilHPI. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid
CoreLogic: House Prices up 6.2% Year-year in April
Calculated Risk / Posted 21 days ago
HPI. “Low mortgage rates and a lean for-sale inventory have resulted in solid home-price growth in most markets,” said Dr. Frank Nothaft, chief economist for CoreLogic. “An expected gradual rise in interest rates and more homes offered for sale are... Read more

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