Jeffrey Taylor appeared on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia” sharing his predictions for the U.S. housing market and his investment strategy for 2017. During the interview with Bloomberg’s Betty Liu and Yvonne Man, Jeff explains that he expects major drivers to fall within three buckets: the refinance market, the new administration’s deregulation policies, and Fannie Mae’s Day 1 Certainty Program.
Digital Risk’s Jeffrey Taylor was interviewed on The Bloomberg Advantage following the announcement of the HARP Program extension and Janet Yellen’s comments that interest rates will likely rise by the end of 2016.
During the interview, Jeff discusses what potentially rising interest rates could mean for mortgages, why the HARP program has been extended, the status of the mortgage market and his thoughts on where the market is heading.
Jeff Taylor appeared on Fox Business News asserting that Google Alphabet and Google Home are positioned to continue to grow for the long-haul because they meet consumers’ expectations for convenience – especially Millennials.
Jeff Taylor appeared on Yahoo! Finance explaining why nearly 25% of U.S. renters are paying more on housing than they can afford is because many first-time homebuyers weigh high housing prices against high rents and opt for the lifestyle flexibility of renting.
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Digital Risk’s CEO & Managing Director Sesha Dhanyamraju was interviewed on the Knowledge@Wharton High School video series regarding his advice for high school students thinking about careers in information technology.
Digital Risk SVP, Governance Risk & Compliance Rose Bogan was interviewed live on Bloomberg Radio’s “The Bloomberg Advantage” yesterday at the Pershing INSITE 2016 Conference. During the interview with anchors Cory Johnson and Carol Massar, Rose shared insights on current housing inventory numbers, rising house prices, the credit box issue, and the much anticipated Boomerang Buyer.
Jeffrey Taylor appeared on Yahoo! Finance’s “Midday Movers” sharing his predictions that the housing industry will reach about $1.1 trillion in 2016, driven by the refinance market.
Jeffrey Taylor appeared on Bloomberg Radio’s “The Bloomberg Advantage” sharing his predictions that the housing industry will reach about $1.1 trillion in 2016, driven by the refinance market.
Recording date: April 21, 2016.
Running time 08:00
Jeffrey Taylor appeared on CNBC’s “Closing Bell” sharing his read on the 2016 housing market given the global economy, continuing low interest rates, and banks needing to leverage technology to enhance the lending experience.