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comprehensive, actionable data and analytic solutions to improve your strategic and tactical performance; identify, reduce and mitigate risk; satisfy regulatory scrutiny; leverage cost savings; and create revenue generation opportunities
comprehensive, actionable data and analytic solutions to improve your strategic and tactical performance; identify, reduce and mitigate risk; satisfy regulatory scrutiny; leverage cost savings; and create revenue generation opportunities

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According to our latest Black Knight HPI report, 12 off the nation’s 40 largest metros, 12 hit new highs:


Atlanta, GA ($223K)
Boston, MA ($466K)
Charlotte, NC ($229K)
Cincinnati, OH ($178K)
Dallas, TX ($232K)
Los Angeles, CA ($662K)
Nashville, TN ($267K)
New York, NY ($476K)
San Diego, CA ($583K)
San Francisco, CA ($859K)
San Jose, CA ($1,055K)
Seattle, WA ($473K)

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Black Knight's HPI data shows that California hit a new post-recession peak In October after seeing home prices rise nearly 77% since the bottom of the market in 2012.

San Francisco & San Jose are up 104% and 109% over the same period, respectively.
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According to Black Knight's October 2017 HPI report, 11 of the nation's 20 largest states hit new home price peaks:

California ($525K)
Georgia ($210K)
Indiana ($157K)
Massachusetts ($403K)
Missouri ($184K)
New York ($388K)
North Carolina ($213K)
Pennsylvania ($228K)
Tennessee ($203K)
Texas ($241K)
Washington ($380K)
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According to Black Knight's most recent HPI report, New York led all states in monthly appreciation for the fourth month in a row, with home prices there rising 0.98% from September.

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After six consecutive months of slowing monthly growth, the rate of home price appreciation shifted upward in October to 0.29% as compared to 0.16% in September.

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According to Black Knight's October 2017 HPI report, as of October U.S. home prices were up 6.39% since the start of 2017, and 6.48% above October 2016, continuing the trend of accelerating annual appreciation (vs. +6.36% Y/Y in September & +6.24% in August.

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Black Knight Home Price Index: Download our full HPI Report for October 2017 here: http://ow.ly/gj2Y30hoIuK
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Black Knight Home Price Index: After 66 consecutive months of annual appreciation, U.S. home prices hit yet another new peak in October (at $283K), rising 0.29% month-over-month and 6.48% year over year.

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Due to the effects of hurricanes Harvey & Irma on mortgage performance, Florida and Texas have seen total non-current inventory (everything 30 or more days past due or in active foreclosure) rise by 94% and 33% from six month ago, respectively.

The states now rank first and second among all states by change in non-current inventory, and second and fourth among all states by share of active loans 90 or more days past due.

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Black Knight’s First Look at November's mortgage performance data shows that the month's 48,700 foreclosure starts were the second fewest monthly starts this year, and only the third lowest since 2004.

Further, while both total and late-stage delinquencies rose in November, the inventory of loans in active foreclosure fell by 11K from October, and 161K from November 2016. At 337K total, that is the lowest seen since October 2006.

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