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CoreLogic

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Founded Year

1997

Stage

Take Private | Alive

Total Raised

$50M

Valuation

$0000 

Revenue

$0000 

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About CoreLogic

CoreLogic is a property information, analytics, and data-enabled services, provider. The company combines public, contributory, and proprietary data to develop predictive decision analytics and provide business services that bring insight and transparency to the markets it serves. These markets include real estate and mortgage finance, insurance, capital markets, and the public sector. CoreLogic has built a U.S. real estate, mortgage application, fraud, and loan performance database and is a provider of mortgage and automotive credit reporting, property tax, valuation, flood determination, and geospatial analytics and services. It was founded in 1997 and is based in Irvine, California.

Headquarters Location

40 Pacifica Suite 900

Irvine, California, 92618,

United States

949-214-1000

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CoreLogic Patents

CoreLogic has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Real estate
  • Data management
  • Real property law
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3/6/2020

11/15/2022

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3/6/2020

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11/15/2022

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Latest CoreLogic News

ANZ CoreLogic Housing Affordability report reveals Newcastle and Lake Macquarie home buyers are saving for longer

Nov 25, 2022

JL WALLSEND'S Justin Kinniard has been saving for a house deposit for nine years. He hopes to purchase a property in the next 12 months but the rising cost of living and high interest rates could push that plan further back. The latest ANZ CoreLogic Housing Affordability report reveals that it takes buyers in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie longer to scrape together a deposit than it does in capital cities. Wallsend resident Justin Kinniard has spent almost a decade saving toward a house deposit. A new report from ANZ and CoreLogic has revealed that it will take the typical buyer in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie 13.7 years to save a deposit for a property. Picture supplied The report, which looks at local wages along with property and rental prices, said it takes the typical buyer in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie 13.7 years to save a deposit for a property. In comparison, Sydneysiders take 12.8 years to save a deposit. Mr Kinniard and his partner hope to have enough funds combined to purchase a home next year, however, he said the rising cost of living had put pressure on their savings budget. "It's surprising that it's more difficult here in Newcastle, especially when you hear all the time about the cost of living in Sydney," he said. "I will say though that it does make sense because I have certainly felt the pinch. "I think by the time we reach our goal it would have been about 10 years of hard work and sacrifice." The couple has a budget of $600,000 to purchase a house but they may opt for an apartment if property prices remain strong. "We absolutely want to buy a house because we have a dog but with the rising costs of real estate in general we might have to be open to changing that dream just to get into the market and consider an apartment," he said. He said rising interest rates are a concern and the rental crisis had caused added pressure. "We have really had to prioritise what is important and this has been more of a focus over the past 12 months than ever before," he said. "We are currently renting so it makes it a little more difficult to save, especially with how the rental market is at the moment with increasing costs and minimal availability in housing. We are finding that we constantly have to revise our normal budget which in turn affects how much we are saving." The report from CoreLogic and ANZ also shows that payments on a typical mortgage are taking up more of the household budget than before. CoreLogic head of Australian research Eliza Owen said that rising interest rates mean the monthly mortgage payment now takes out a larger chunk of the household income than it did in July. "This housing downswing is not about housing affordability, it is about taming inflation with interest rates," Ms Owen said. "Generally the fall in prices is not enough to offset increases in interest rates." Paying off the mortgage will take up 54.7 per cent of a local household's budget in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, up from the 50.6 per cent it took in July. In comparison, homeowners in Sydney would have to spend 51.1 per cent of their household budget on mortgage repayments, up from 47 per cent. ANZ economist Felicity Emmett said that while property prices have cooled, the upswing in regional areas during the pandemic continued to affect the market in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. Higher mortgage interest payments are making it much harder to service a mortgage despite the fact that prices are a bit lower - - ANZ economist Felicity Emmett "When we look at regional NSW, we know that through the pandemic we had a very big deterioration in affordability, particularly in some of the lifestyle markets where the widespread adoption of remote working really helped knowledge workers move to some of those areas," Ms Emmett said. "When we look at mortgage serviceability, it's the same issue that we're having around the rest of the country. "Higher mortgage interest payments are making it much harder to service a mortgage despite the fact that prices are a bit lower." Share

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CoreLogic Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was CoreLogic founded?

    CoreLogic was founded in 1997.

  • Where is CoreLogic's headquarters?

    CoreLogic's headquarters is located at 40 Pacifica, Irvine.

  • What is CoreLogic's latest funding round?

    CoreLogic's latest funding round is Take Private.

  • How much did CoreLogic raise?

    CoreLogic raised a total of $50M.

  • Who are the investors of CoreLogic?

    Investors of CoreLogic include Insight Partners, Stone Point Capital, First American and TA Associates.

  • Who are CoreLogic's competitors?

    Competitors of CoreLogic include Mitiga, dv01, Estated, Zesty.ai, EarnUp, Confianza, TensorFlight, RMS, Real Capital Analytics, One Concern and 16 more.

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