- 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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Category Archives: Interviews
FNC, Inc. released statistics this week pinpointing 2008 and 2009 as the years that saw the worst housing market distress, with more than 25% of foreclosed properties liquidated at more than a 40% discount.
Bob Dorsey, FNC’s Chief Data and Analytics Officer, discussed these findings on Fox Business News with Brian Sullivan yesterday:
Bob Dorsey, FNC’s Chief Data and Analytics Officer
FNC’s Residential Price Index released stats in March pinpointing 2008 and 2009 as the years that saw the worst market distress, with more than 25% of foreclosed properties liquidated at more than a 40% discount. Bob Dorsey, FNC’s Chief Data and Analytics Officer, will discuss these findings on Fox Business News with… Continue reading
In a provocative interview with Fortune magazine, economist Robert Shiller (father of the S&P Case-Shiller Home Price indices) advised Americans not to regard real estate as a stellar investment unless they had golden guts, luck and the money to invest in glamour capitals like San Francisco and Manhattan.
He suggested Japan as a case study. “After Japan’s 1980s bubble, prices fell for 15 consecutive years in that country’s largest cities, and… Continue reading