Kill Off Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac andYou Kill the 30-Year Mortgage as Well

Kill Off Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and You Kill the 30-Year Mortgage as Well

Kill Off Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and You Kill the 30-Year Mortgage as Well
MainStreet
February 27, 2015

Experts discuss a mortgage industry without Fannie and Freddie and how it would impact consumers and banks. Could banks be leaning towards shorter term mortgages to make them more profitable? Jeff Taylor comments, click below to read the full article.

After Yellen, investor eyes shift to housing

After Yellen, Investor Eyes Shift to Housing

After Yellen, Investor Eyes Shift to Housing
CNBC
February 25, 2015

As Fed Chair Janet Yellen addresses the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday investors will take focus on housing data. Jeff Taylor, Digital Risk co-founder states “We may see a pickup (in new homes sales) as people coming back to the marketplace are holding out for that (new) apartment versus suburban house.”

Hopes Rise For Mortgage Lending Thaw From FHFA Move

Is The Mortgage Credit Box Finally Getting Bigger?

Is The Mortgage Credit Box Finally Getting Bigger?
MarketWatch
October 23, 2014

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor discusses reforms that theoretically can increase credit availability in lending. “With QE ending, government agencies have a greater sense of urgency in bringing these programs to the marketplace and expanding credit…” says Jeff Taylor Read the full article with the link below.