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Despite continued signs of moderation in home price appreciation, the latest FNC Residential Price Index™ (RPI) shows that U.S. home prices were up another 0.8% from May to June and 2.3% throughout the second quarter. Constructed to gauge the price movement among normal home sales by excluding distressed properties, the index’s year-over-year growth continues to decelerate as widely expected: down to 8.0% from its fastest acceleration of 9.4% in February… Continue reading
The following is a discussion between Shawn Telford, Managing Director, and Neil Olson, General Counsel, as part of FNC’s July 9 webinar on Regulatory & Compliance Updates.
Neil Olson: Regulations are still in motion, even though it’s summer.
Oxford, Miss. (March 26, 2014) – Home prices in the Jacksonville, FL, metropolitan statistical area increased in January by 0.74% as indicated by the FNC Residential Price IndexTM (RPI), marking the 13th consecutive month of appreciation for this market. Also, the Jacksonville market increased 8.01% from January 2013, marking the 20th consecutive month of year-over-year gains. Despite recent growth, this market is still 15.85% below its January 2009 value. Furthermore… Continue reading
Home prices in the Pittsburgh, PA, metropolitan statistical area decreased by 0.71% for the month of January as indicated by the FNC Residential Price Index (RPI). The decline marks the fourth consecutive month of depreciation for this market. In addition, sales activity for Pittsburgh was mixed. While single-family home sales have increased by 1.24% from January 2013, the percentage of single-family home sales that were distressed reached 10.74%, an… Continue reading
Home prices in the Birmingham-Hoover, AL, metropolitan statistical area decreased by 0.32% for the month of December as indicated by the FNC Residential Price Index™ (RPI). The slide in prices marks the fourth consecutive month of depreciation for this market. Furthermore, the percentage of home sales that were distressed reached 19.54% — a 1.4% gain over November’s figure of 19.27% and a 39.47% increase over September’s figure of 14.01%… Continue reading
FNC Collateral Management Systems® will be updated on Saturday, Jan. 11, during which time admin-level users may notice a brief period of system inaccessibility. The following enhancements and changes will not impact the current system (unless noted) until they are activated by the user.
At mortgage technology company FNC Inc., conference room conversations lead to knowledge and knowledge to solutions. Now, FNC is taking the conference room online and inviting readers of its new blog to join the conversation.
To access the PowerPoint, Q&A, and audio files from FNC’s Nov. 19 webinar on regulatory changes, click here.
This webinar addressed higher-priced mortgage loans and the new appraisal requirements; new requirements around delivering copies of appraisals and other valuations to borrowers; and ongoing changes to the GSEs’ UCDP portal… Continue reading
Oxford, Miss. (Sept. 12, 2013) – With foreclosure sales in rapid decline nationwide and in high demand in many fast-rising markets, a report released this week by mortgage technology company FNC indicates that housing demand by trade-up buyers is rising as the home equity available to these prospective buyers is improving.
VIDEO: FNC’s Bill Rayburn and Bob Dorsey discuss how a Cyprus bailout would affect the United States
[This video was recorded March 25 as part of FNC's Morning View series. Visit fncmorningview.com for call-in info and access to previous episodes.]
Bob Dorsey: There are a lot of restrictions on money transfer from one country to another. Increasingly, starting in the ‘50s, there were reductions in the constraints on that, so there was money transfer going more and more between countries. What’s happened is… Continue reading