The weekday morning podcast covering the top stories impacting real estate, the mortgage industry, and the economy.
Ep. 39 | Are Credit Default Swaps Making A Comeback?
A new mortgage financial product has people thinking credit default swaps and 2008 are coming back, mortgage demand jumps for the week, and The Fed announces no changes but is the Fed more optimistic about the economy than the rest of the government?
Ep. 38 | I See Your 16% And Raise You 18%
Case-Shiller index shows 16% home price growth in May which was then beat by FHFA's Home Price Index which showed 18% growth. Consumer Confidence data was also released yesterday showed levels remained elevated but were flat from June to July.
Ep. 37 | The Housing Boom Is Over...jk
CNBC may have jumped the gun declaring the housing boom over because June's new home sales report underwhelmed, loans in forbearance fall for the 21st straight week, and foreign investment into U.S. housing falls to a new low
Ep. 36 | Biden To The Rescue
The Biden Administration announces to help homeowners who can't afford their mortgage payments, New data shows this is the worst time to be a first-time homebuyer in decades, and the housing market has gotten so insane that some buyers have decided to just sit this one out
Ep. 35 | Existing Homes Sales Report Hits For The Cycle
NAR's Existing-Homes Sales report shows sales, inventory, and prices were up in June, rental markets snapping back could mean inflation hangs around longer than expected, and jobless claims unexpectedly rise for the week.
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Ep. 33 | Housing Inventory Jumps in June
Couldn't believe my eyes but housing inventory jumped in June according to RE/MAX's latest report, Mortgage demand falls for the week because of volatile rates, and the net worth increases the most for the least wealthy in 2020.
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