Bucking trend, REOs show price gains: Clear Capital
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March National and Regional Trends: First winter since 2006 with positive home prices. In addition to 2013’s positive forecast, Clear Capital’s Market Report also covers the latest home price trends through March 2013. March home prices closed the quarter strong. Coming out of winter, national prices were up 6.5% over the year.
Clear Capital has released its monthly Home Data Index (HDI) Market Report, with news of U.S. home price gains of 4.0 percent comparing the most recent rolling quarter to the previous one.
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National home prices lost ground with declines of 1% over the past year, but REO demand – fueled by enthusiastic investors – showed price gains, Clear Capital said in its April home data index.
LPS: Mortgage delinquencies down 10% Mortgage delinquencies decline. In 2013 Mortgage delinquencies declined 10% on a year-over-year basis despite a slight uptick in December. (According to black knight financial services’ mortgage monitor data). But, they are varying widely by state.
Clear Capital says the median price paid for distressed properties has started to rise, indicating the REO market is seeing increased activity toward the upper end of the price range and helping.
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REO Properties Buck Housing Trends with Rising Prices. by admin May 2. but new research by Clear Capital has found no such problems in the REO market.. "Home prices continue to show relative strength in April with virtually no change over the short term and tapering losses over the.
Clear Capital took a granular look at the Washington, D.C. metro in its study to illustrate the "locality" of real estate price trends. The District posted a 2 percent quarterly increase in home prices and 6.7 percent yearly gain in Clear Capital’s latest survey.
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