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2024 Study Update on “Does Historical Redlining Influence Today’s AVM Estimates”

In our ongoing commitment to transparency and equity, Veros Real Estate Solutions (Veros®) is pleased to present the latest update to our research study, “Does historical redlining influence today’s AVM estimates,” authored by Reena Agrawal, Veros’ Research Economist, and Eric Fox, Veros’ Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Analytics.

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Veros Selected for 2024 HousingWire Tech100 Mortgage Award for BiasCHECK Technology

Exciting news, Veros Real Estate Solutions (Veros®) is honored to be named a winner of the 2024 HousingWire Tech100 Mortgage Award. This recognition underscores Veros’ commitment to innovation and excellence in the field, particularly with its groundbreaking BiasCHECKSM technology released in 2023.

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How Millennials Are Navigating Home Affordability

Explore the latest economic trends in RiskWire webcast episode eleven, where hosts Eric Fox, Veros’ Chief Economist, and Reena Agrawal, Veros’ Research Economist, review the challenges faced by younger generations, particularly millennials in their late 20s to early 40s, as they grapple with soaring home prices in the United States.

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2023’s Housing Market Woes Extend into 2024: Low Supply and Unaffordability

Veros Real Estate Solutions releases the Q4 2023 VeroFORECAST report which anticipates that nationwide home prices, on average are expected to increase 2.4% over the next 12 months, compared to last quarter’s forecast of a 2.2% increase, signaling a continued rise in prices.

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