- FNC Report: Larger Homes Show Faster Appreciation than Smaller Homes Over the Past Decade
- FNC Webinar: Update on Regulations and Guidance Concerning Collateral Valuations
- FNC Index: Home Prices Nationwide Up 0.8%; San Francisco Market Declines for First Time Since 2012 Recovery
- Unraveling Fannie Mae Guidelines
- FNC Index: Home Prices Up 2.3% in the Second Quarter
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The “Examining Residential Home Sales” report provides a detailed look into the characteristics of existing single-family homes that are bought and sold in the marketplace. Inside the report, compiled from FNC’s National Collateral Database™ – one of the most comprehensive and current repositories of property transactions and appraisal information – the characteristics of residential home sales such as property age, living area size, ownership duration, loan origination vintage, and home… Continue reading
On Nov. 18, FNC’s Managing Director of Consulting and Product Management Shawn Telford and General Counsel Neil Olson presented a regulatory and compliance update webinar. They discussed the most critical aspects of the following key issues:
- The Fannie Mae Collateral Underwriter (CU) Project
- What are FNC’s solutions for Fannie Mae?
- Proposed Changes to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP)
- Definition of a report; report drafts and
In August, I reported on an educational session I attended at The Appraisal Institute (AI) annual conference in Austin, Texas, on Aug. 4-6, 2014. In that article, I mentioned Robert Murphy from Fannie Mae covered some of the changes made in the first major update to the property and valuation section of the Fannie Mae Selling Guide since 2009. This is very important to appraisers because the Selling Guide is… Continue reading
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.
The latest FNC Residential Price Index™ (RPI) shows U.S. home prices increased again in February as sales of non-distressed homes continue to rise and regain market share. The index, constructed to gauge the price movement among normal home sales exclusive of distressed properties, indicates much of the nation’s underlying home value shows solid growth as dwindling REO sales fall to their lowest levels since 2007.
In February, the index’s… 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
Oxford, Miss. (Mar. 13, 2014) – The latest FNC Residential Price Index™ (RPI) shows U.S. home prices have gotten off to a positive start in 2014, rising a modest 0.4% in January. The index, constructed to gauge the price movement among normal home sales exclusive of distressed properties, indicates home prices of the underlying housing market continue to strengthen as market fundamentals and credit conditions continue to improve. The index… Continue reading
I have been hearing a great deal of noise lately about the increasing cost of compliance in mortgage lending. There has always been a cost associated with compliance, but the seemingly unprecedented quantity of new regulation coupled with a new regulator has created a new reality. The patterns of the past can’t be used to make sense of the future. Projects with Dodd-Frank in the title abound throughout the lending… 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