VeroHPI

The index is constructed using a methodology that is widely accepted as one of the most accurate ways to determine residential real estate price changes – repeat sales models

VeroHPI

The index is constructed using a methodology that is widely accepted as one of the most accurate ways to determine residential real estate price changes – repeat sales models

Improving Market Knowledge

Veros’ proprietary home price index, VeroHPI is both an old and new offering from Veros Real Estate Solutions. Since the company was founded in 2001, this historical home price index (HPI) has been an integral part of many of the company’s proprietary analytic products and reserved for exclusive use in Veros-created tools. Among those are the company’s flagship automated valuation model (AVM), VeroVALUE, and the other AVM variations included in the VeroVALUE suite such as VeroVALUE REO, VeroVALUE Preferred, etc. VeroHPI is also used extensively in VeroFORECAST, the company’s future-looking residential real estate market forecast tool.

VeroHPI provides lenders, secondary marketers, servicers and analysts with direct access to robust trending logic. The index offers national coverage and is available at the CBSA (county-based statistical area) or FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) levels.

Development & Methodology

VeroHPI was developed and is maintained by expert statisticians, mathematicians, and econometricians. The index is constructed using a methodology that is widely accepted as one of the most accurate ways to determine residential real estate price changes – repeat sales models.

Repeat sales models are the foundation of VeroHPI, though the index also employs time series models where data indicates a repeat sales model does not provide the optimal fit.

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Features

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The 15.6% Increase in Housing Starts Won’t Cool Prices in 2022

The latest data on residential construction from the US Census Bureau and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development shows that annual housing starts increased 15.6% from 1.38 million in 2020 to 1.6 million in 2021 but were 23% lower compared to 2.07 million in 2005, when the last housing bubble took place. 70%

rapid levels of price increases stabilizing and slowing down slightly in 2022

Expect Slightly Slower Home-price Growth, Market Still Booming in 2022

Veros’ VeroFORECAST data predicts America’s housing market to remain robust overall in 2022, with the pace of home price appreciation to slow down slightly. SANTA ANA, Calif., January 10, 2022 —Today Veros Estate Solutions (VEROS®), an industry leader in enterprise risk management and collateral valuation services, released its Q4 2021 VeroFORECASTSM data that anticipates home

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