CoreLogic has added Selma Hepp to the company's office of the chief economist to lead CoreLogic's economic research and communicate the findings to audiences.
As deputy chief economist, Hepp will also focus on expanding the "visibility of the CoreLogic economic policy unit and enhance research capabilities and tools," according to CoreLogic.
Hepp was a chief economist and vice president of business intelligence at Compass and Pacific Union International before she joined CoreLogic. She also served as chief economist at Trulia, senior economist at the California Association of Realtors, and economist and manager of public policy and homeownership at the National Association of Realtors.
“We are excited to welcome Selma to the CoreLogic office of the chief economist,” said CoreLogic Chief Economist Frank Nothaft. “She brings extensive expertise and thought leadership around key topics like housing and urban economics, domestic and international housing markets, the mortgage market, demographic trends, and more. We are confident that her wide-reaching industry experience will help ensure our market-leading property data, analytics, and insights continue to provide value to our clients and broader markets.”