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symbol CLGx
会社名 CoreLogic Inc. (CLGX コアロジック)
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業種 専門情報サ―ビス   工業(Industrials)
概要 事業概要 コアロジック(CoreLogic Inc.)は不動産情報、分析、およびデータサービスのプロバイダーである。同社は不動産、住宅ローンおよびその他の抵当権、財産のリスクおよび交換費用、消費者信用、テナント、場所、ハザードリスクおよび関連する業績情報について詳細なカバレッジを提供する。同社のセグメントには、プロパティ・インテリジェンス(PI)、リスク管理とワークフロー(RMW)、およびコーポレートが含まれる。プロパティ・インテリジェンスセグメントはローン情報、不動産売却および特性情報、不動産リスクおよび交換費用、自然災害データ、地理空間データ、区画地図および住宅ローン担保証券情報を含む不動産、住宅ローンおよび消費者情報を所有またはライセンス供与する。RMWセグメントは不動産情報、住宅ローン情報、ならびにローン情報、資産売却および特性情報、自然災害データ、区画地図、雇用証明書、犯罪歴および立ち退き履歴を含む消費者情報を所有またはライセンス供与する。  コアロジックは米国の情報サ―ビス会社。企業および政府を対象に消費者、金融、不動産の情報、分析、サ―ビスを提供。公共や独自のデ―タを統合し、不動産、モ―ゲ―ジ、自動車、犯罪歴、立ち退き、雇用証明、納税記録、信用情報、水害・ハザ―ド情報、地理情報などに関する分析、サ―ビスを手掛ける。米国、オ―ストラリア、ニュ―ジ―ランドで事業を展開。  CoreLogic, the leading provider of property insights and solutions, promotes a healthy housing market and thriving communities. Through its enhanced property data solutions, services and technologies, CoreLogic enables real estate professionals, financial institutions, insurance carriers, government agencies and other housing market participants to help millions of people find, buy and protect their homes.
本社所在地 949 214-1000
代表者氏名 Frank D. Martell
代表者役職名 President Chief Executive Officer Director
電話番号 +1 949-214-1000
設立年月日 1894年
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 5800人
url www.corelogic.com
nasdaq_url
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 426.53500
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 2985.49900
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 1788.37800
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 4679.40400
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 122.45100
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Corelogic Inc revenues decreased 3% to $1.79B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 10% to $122.5M. Revenues reflect Underwriting_Workflow Solutions segment decrease of 5% to $1.09B Domestic segment decrease of 4% to $1.62B. Net income reflects Underwriting_Workflow Solutions segment income increase of 3% to $239.2M.

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   Auction clearances rebound on Melbourne reopening  2021/06/13 22:30:18 Macro Business
CoreLogics preliminary report on the weekends auctions reported a higher clearance rate as Melbourne reopened. The national preliminary clearance rate rose to 77.4% from 73.5% the prior weekend. However, this was off significantly lower auction volumes, down to 1,426 from the prior weekends 2,691, owing to the Queenss Birthday long weekend. Sydney continued its strong The post Auction clearances rebound on Melbourne reopening appeared first on MacroBusiness .
   Homeowners in America got $2T richer in the first few months of the year  2021/06/10 17:02:51 Daily Mail Online
The average homeowner gained more than $33,000 in equity, which represents the largest increase in at least a decade, according to a new report from CoreLogic, the property data provider.
   Nationwide Homeowner Equity Gains Hit $1.9 Trillion in Q1 2021, Says Report  2021/06/10 16:08:39 Gteater Phoenix In Business
CoreLogic, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today released the Homeowner Equity Report for the first quarter of 2021. The report shows U.S. homeowners with mortgages (which account for roughly 62% of all properties) have seen their equity increase by 19.6% year over year, representing a collective equity gain of over [More] The post Nationwide Homeowner Equity Gains Hit $1.9 Trillion in Q1 2021, Says Report appeared first on Greater Phoenix In Business Magazine .
   CoreLogic weekly house price update: still hot  2021/06/10 14:05:21 Macro Business
In the week ended 10 June, the CoreLogic daily dwelling values index surged another 0.45%: Sydneys led the way again, with dwelling values rising another 0.63%. All other major capitals except Perth also rose strongly in value: Quarterly price growth remains turbo-charged at 6.91% across the five major capitals. Sydney (9.02%) continues to lead the The post CoreLogic weekly house price update: still hot appeared first on MacroBusiness .
   CoreLogic: 1.4 Million Homes with Negative Equity in Q1 2021  2021/06/10 12:51:21 BusinessMag
From CoreLogic: Nationwide Homeowner Equity Gains Hit $1.9 Trillion in Q1 2021, CoreLogic Reports CoreLogic® today released the Homeowner Equity Report for the first quarter...
   Homebuyers are getting slammed by record-high prices. Here's when economists say they'll finally ease up.  2021/05/13 17:21:24 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Limited inventory and low mortgage rates have sparked rising homebuyer demand, which has resulted in astronomical home price growth over the past year. But there is some good news for prospective buyers trying to get a slice of the housing pie. The current level of annual price growth is unsustainable and is expected to start dwindling by year's end. By next year, price increases are expected to be more reasonable, meaning no more double-digit growth. Experts believe a few factors are at play: an expected increase in mortgage rates and supply. Why the massive increases? It's no surprise that prices have skyrocketed due to pandemic-related purchases and record-low interest rates. In March, finance analytics firm CoreLogic found that home prices grew 11.3% year over year, the largest percentage point since 2006. And, while it's important to note that part of last March was crippled by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, it's far from the first double-digit increase we've seen.
   Thoma Bravo just cut one of the largest equity checks ever for a $12 billion cybersecurity firm. Here are the details behind the deal.  2021/05/03 20:17:07 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Thoma Bravo has just cut one of the largest-ever checks by a private equity firm to fund its $12.3 billion purchase of cybersecurity company Proofpoint. The firm, known for its investments in software and technology, has funded the buyout with approximately $8 billion in equity, according to sources familiar with the deal. Goldman Sachs, which advised Thoma Bravo and provided financing for the purchase, is expected to raise at least $3 billion from the debt capital markets to support the acquisition. This is likely to be funded through the high-yield bond and leveraged loan markets, sources said. The agreement marks the largest buyout of a software company by a private equity firm, beating Hellman & Friedman's acquisition of Ultimate Software in February 2019. Spokespersons for Thoma Bravo and Goldman declined to comment. Thoma Bravo will pay Proofpoint shareholders $176 per share, according to the firm's announcement of the deal last week. Proofpoint's board and its advisors have until June 9, 2021, to weigh competing bids from other potential buyers.
   The housing market is the hottest it's been since right before the 2008 crash — but there's far less bubble risk this time around  2021/04/28 17:14:45 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Housing data is hitting levels unseen since 2006 in at least three different ways, begging the question of whether this is another bubble. Experts say this isn't that — it's economics. Another housing bubble 15 years after the last one would be very bad news, as the epic pop of that market in 2008 threatened the stability of the entire global financial system. But while today's price inflation is similar to then, the drivers behind this market rally look different. Nationwide home prices grew 12% year-over-year — their fastest pace since 2006 — this past February, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index. Gains were broad-based, with all 20 cities tracked by the index experiencing price growth above their respective median levels. Separately, CoreLogic's own home-price index also recorded the highest annual leap since 2006 in February. That gauge tracks home prices across the country, while S&P's index measures prices in 20 metropolitan areas. Also, for the first time since 2005, the median sale price for previously owned single-family homes is higher than that for new construction .
   Home prices grew at the fastest-ever rate in February as the market boom charged on, FHFA says  2021/04/27 18:58:30 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Homeowners, rejoice. Potential buyers, lament. US home prices surged 12.2% year-over-year in February, up 0.9 points from the previous month's reading, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Tuesday. That's the fastest price appreciation on record and an increase of $35,000 to the median selling price for homes just a year ago. The increase follows a one-point gain in January. Year-over-year price growth was strongest in the Mountain region — which includes Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico — at 15.4%. Home inflation was weakest in the West North Central division — which includes Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri — at a still considerable 10.5%. It's the latest datapoint showing a massive boom for the US housing market, spurred early in the pandemic by low mortgage rates, along with a broad migration from cities to suburbs . The S&P Case-Shiller home-price index, for instance, rose in February to a 12% year-over-year gain, according to a Tuesday release.
   Barbara Corcoran says homebuyers are ‘depressed for good reason’  2021/04/14 11:56:31 AOL
Home prices in the U.S. have skyrocketed as a shortage of homes for sale has been fueling bidding wars — a good thing for sellers but not so much for buyers. The housing market has been a bright spot through most of the COVID-19 pandemic, as other parts of the economy like leisure and travel suffered. Historically low interest rates in 2020, pent-up demand for bigger homes (as millions of Americans began working from home full-time ), and record low inventory (even prior to the pandemic) has elevated sales activity. “From what I’m seeing the buyers are panicked, depressed for good reason. Most people are forced to spend a lot more on the house than they would,” Barbara Corcoran , residential real estate industry veteran and "Shark Tank" star, told Yahoo Finance Live this week. Corcoran said she couldn’t remember a time when prices have gone up at the pace she is currently seeing. “Prices are up in the last 12 months,” she said. The median existing-home price in February was $313,000, up 15.8% from February 2020, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
   Homebuyers are getting slammed by record-high prices. Here's when economists say they'll finally ease up.  2021/05/13 17:21:24 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Limited inventory and low mortgage rates have sparked rising homebuyer demand, which has resulted in astronomical home price growth over the past year. But there is some good news for prospective buyers trying to get a slice of the housing pie. The current level of annual price growth is unsustainable and is expected to start dwindling by year's end. By next year, price increases are expected to be more reasonable, meaning no more double-digit growth. Experts believe a few factors are at play: an expected increase in mortgage rates and supply. Why the massive increases? It's no surprise that prices have skyrocketed due to pandemic-related purchases and record-low interest rates. In March, finance analytics firm CoreLogic found that home prices grew 11.3% year over year, the largest percentage point since 2006. And, while it's important to note that part of last March was crippled by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, it's far from the first double-digit increase we've seen.
   Thoma Bravo just cut one of the largest equity checks ever for a $12 billion cybersecurity firm. Here are the details behind the deal.  2021/05/03 20:17:07 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Thoma Bravo has just cut one of the largest-ever checks by a private equity firm to fund its $12.3 billion purchase of cybersecurity company Proofpoint. The firm, known for its investments in software and technology, has funded the buyout with approximately $8 billion in equity, according to sources familiar with the deal. Goldman Sachs, which advised Thoma Bravo and provided financing for the purchase, is expected to raise at least $3 billion from the debt capital markets to support the acquisition. This is likely to be funded through the high-yield bond and leveraged loan markets, sources said. The agreement marks the largest buyout of a software company by a private equity firm, beating Hellman & Friedman's acquisition of Ultimate Software in February 2019. Spokespersons for Thoma Bravo and Goldman declined to comment. Thoma Bravo will pay Proofpoint shareholders $176 per share, according to the firm's announcement of the deal last week. Proofpoint's board and its advisors have until June 9, 2021, to weigh competing bids from other potential buyers.
   The housing market is the hottest it's been since right before the 2008 crash — but there's far less bubble risk this time around  2021/04/28 17:14:45 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Housing data is hitting levels unseen since 2006 in at least three different ways, begging the question of whether this is another bubble. Experts say this isn't that — it's economics. Another housing bubble 15 years after the last one would be very bad news, as the epic pop of that market in 2008 threatened the stability of the entire global financial system. But while today's price inflation is similar to then, the drivers behind this market rally look different. Nationwide home prices grew 12% year-over-year — their fastest pace since 2006 — this past February, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index. Gains were broad-based, with all 20 cities tracked by the index experiencing price growth above their respective median levels. Separately, CoreLogic's own home-price index also recorded the highest annual leap since 2006 in February. That gauge tracks home prices across the country, while S&P's index measures prices in 20 metropolitan areas. Also, for the first time since 2005, the median sale price for previously owned single-family homes is higher than that for new construction .
   Home prices grew at the fastest-ever rate in February as the market boom charged on, FHFA says  2021/04/27 18:58:30 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Homeowners, rejoice. Potential buyers, lament. US home prices surged 12.2% year-over-year in February, up 0.9 points from the previous month's reading, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Tuesday. That's the fastest price appreciation on record and an increase of $35,000 to the median selling price for homes just a year ago. The increase follows a one-point gain in January. Year-over-year price growth was strongest in the Mountain region — which includes Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico — at 15.4%. Home inflation was weakest in the West North Central division — which includes Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri — at a still considerable 10.5%. It's the latest datapoint showing a massive boom for the US housing market, spurred early in the pandemic by low mortgage rates, along with a broad migration from cities to suburbs . The S&P Case-Shiller home-price index, for instance, rose in February to a 12% year-over-year gain, according to a Tuesday release.
   Barbara Corcoran says homebuyers are ‘depressed for good reason’  2021/04/14 11:56:31 AOL
Home prices in the U.S. have skyrocketed as a shortage of homes for sale has been fueling bidding wars — a good thing for sellers but not so much for buyers. The housing market has been a bright spot through most of the COVID-19 pandemic, as other parts of the economy like leisure and travel suffered. Historically low interest rates in 2020, pent-up demand for bigger homes (as millions of Americans began working from home full-time ), and record low inventory (even prior to the pandemic) has elevated sales activity. “From what I’m seeing the buyers are panicked, depressed for good reason. Most people are forced to spend a lot more on the house than they would,” Barbara Corcoran , residential real estate industry veteran and "Shark Tank" star, told Yahoo Finance Live this week. Corcoran said she couldn’t remember a time when prices have gone up at the pace she is currently seeing. “Prices are up in the last 12 months,” she said. The median existing-home price in February was $313,000, up 15.8% from February 2020, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

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