The share of Charlotte area homes with a mortgage that were in some stage of the foreclosure process has continued to steadily decline, according to CoreLogic, to 1.01 percent in July from 1.06 percent in June and 1.91 percent in ...Read More »
Of all residential properties in Charlotte, Concord and Gastonia with a mortgage, 6.7 percent, or 31,746, are in negative equity, according to CoreLogic’s second quarter report that was released on Sept. 25. This is down 1.3 percent, or 5,826 homes, ...Read More »
Foreclosures and delinquencies continue their slow improvement in the Charlotte metro region, according to property information and analytics provider CoreLogic. For the month of May, foreclosures affected 1.10 percent of all mortgage loans, a decrease of 1.06 percentage points compared ...Read More »
CoreLogic, the data and analytics firm responsible for comprehensive reports on many topics including real estate, is closing its Charlotte office and relocating its operation to existing offices in Chapin, S.C., and Westlake, Texas. Forty-six workers at the Charlotte office ...
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The Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metro area saw annual home prices rise 6.9 percent in April, according to CoreLogic’s Home Price Index. Month-over-month, home prices for all repeat sales, including short sales and bank-owned homes, rose 1.1 percent. When not including distressed sales, ...Read More »
Foreclosures completed in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metro area were down 19.5 percent in April from the year before, according to a CoreLogic report. Area properties in some stage of foreclosure accounted for 1.2 percent of all homes with a mortgage, a ...Read More »