Now that the door has been opened, virtual property inspections have gone from an option of last resort to a window into the future.
Australia’s thirst for property knowledge remains unquenchable with scores of academics producing significant research papers on the country’s housing market utilising the breadth and depth of CoreLogic data.
With Australia’s state and federal governments looking to improve energy efficiency in residential property, the banking industry is set to play a vital role in helping Australians make their homes more livable and eco-friendly.
Australia’s leading property data and analytics company CoreLogic says it has witnessed a 23% increase in valuations ordered in the 12 months to June 2021, with the sharp rise in valuations partly attributed to its products helping slash mortgage processing times and improving customer experience. To help...
The Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) report couldn’t be clearer about the impact of climate change and the potential for an increase in extreme hazards. Attracting global attention, the report examines in detail the risks and implications of such hazards, identifying with “high certainty”...
As the impact of climate change increases, so too does the pressure on Australian businesses to prioritise climate-related risks and opportunities.
Digitisation has already touched almost every aspect of our lives – from the ways we work and socialise to how we do our shopping and banking. It’s therefore no surprise that consumers expect a similar online experience when they set out on their home-buying journey.
CoreLogic research has revealed a disparity in property ownership rates between the sexes. The research suggests that women are less likely than men to own property, which can impact their overall financial wellbeing and their ability to afford a comfortable retirement. So what factors cause this gender...
Historically low mortgage rates, along with credit availability, improving economic conditions and low advertised supply levels, have fuelled a solid rebound in housing activity and values.
Leveraging its strategic partnership with global reinsurer Munich Re, CoreLogic Asia Pacific has analysed Victoria’s residential property climate hazard and risk exposure, revealing very high risk of climate hazard to almost 9% of Victorian properties.
CoreLogic today announced it has joined Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) Australia/New Zealand.
Some of Asia Pacific’s brightest minds in climate change risk management met today to discuss how the financial services industry can effectively identify, assess and manage climate-related risks.