Rising rents, low housing supply and the upward climb of mortgage rates are leaving potential homeowners between a rock and a hard place
Speakers include industry expert Barry Habib and motivational speaker Eric Thomas
Now is the time of year that mortgage professionals are flooded with predictions about what is going to happen in the housing market. Following the wrong advice could lead us to take poor risks or, conversely, not to take good ones.
Industry experts suggest the president will avoid the hot button topics of GSE reform, a sign that the administration could be giving up on its previous goal.
The 10-year yield and MBS are experiencing low rates, but keep in mind to expect increased volatility at these low interest rate levels.
The U.S. RMBS sector has seen some rather substantial improvements, but the pace of progress remains slow and challenges still remain.
The younger generation is no longer viewing marriage and a mortgage hand in hand, as non-married households are making up a larger portion of the market.
The strong rental growth performance in 2014 is a return to a price inflation level not seen for years, according to MPF Research.