A recently published CoreLogic Special Report describes key metrics discovered in the United States housing market beginning in 2006 when the real estate market experienced an economic bubble and ending in the fourth quarter of 2017 recovery. Capital appreciation was the result in virtually all markets.

The report researches many key economic indicators that affect residential real estate, including employment, affordability, capital appreciation, mortgage interest rates, and the growing population in many metro areas. This report provides readers with a logical breakdown of the real estate market behavior during this period of undulating values.

Click here to access the entire CoreLogic Report.