The Black Knight HPI utilizes repeat sales data from the nation’s largest public records data set as well as its market-leading loan-level mortgage performance data to produce one of the most complete and accurate measures of home prices available. The Black Knight HPI provides essential micro-level valuation data by covering nearly 90 percent
Consumer outlook not to blame for slowing existing-home sales People on the move: Oct. 6 Eye on the economy: home sales surge after Slow First Quarter By David Crowe on July 10, 2014 Housing news continued to improve as pending home sales surged following a slow first quarter. home prices also continued to move higher but at a more moderate pace, suggesting the extra push caused by investors may be slowing.
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Rising home prices and interest rates have increased the monthly payment on a median-priced home purchased with a 20 percent down payment by $150/month Recent income growth – though better than long-term norms – has not been sufficient to keep up with rising rates and prices Affordability is still better than long-term averages across much of the country, but seven states are now less.
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the ratio of a fixed rate mortgage payment on the median home price to the. Here we have a brief overview of findings from Black Knight’s ‘First Look’ at January mortgage performance data. This information has been. marked a 5.5 percent increase from the month prior, and the highest.
Black Knight: U.S. Home Prices Rose 0.7% In February. – U.S. home prices increased 0.7% in February compared to January and were up 4.6% compared to February 2014, according to Black Knight Financial Services’ home price index (HPI) report. The average home price for the month of February was $242,000, up from $241,000 in January. The slight increase brought the average home price to within [.]
The average home price has fallen a combined 0.82% over the past four months, marking a $2,440 loss. And Black Knight economists expect the same trend in January based on early data collection. Now the good news – because home price gains have moderated, and even fallen over the past several months, housing affordability has increased.
Black Knight Financial Services Focus Point 4: High level mortgage market stats and home price update 21 delinquencies are below 6% for the first time since ’08foreclosuresdown 34%inthelast year New York, New Jersey and Florida have the highest rates of seriously delinquent (90+ or FC) loans national home prices have flattened out over the