Jeff Taylor appeared on Fox Business Live with host Maria Bartiromo, weighing in on May’s weak NAHB Homebuilders Index. Jeff explained that while Millennials are not entering the market, as expected, Home Equity Loans have been booming over the last 24 months and will sustain this growth in the coming months.
Jeff Taylor appeared on After the Bell with host Liz Claman and predicted that even though homeownership rates are now the lowest since 1989, they will get worse before they get better. Jeff also discusses the future of PIMCO with Ben Bernanke coming on board.
Jeff Taylor appeared on After the Bell with host Liz Claman and discussed the strong U.S. dollar’s impact on company earnings. Could the home-building sector take a hit from the strong US dollar even though home-builders have launched aggressive programs aiming to attract foreign nationals to buy homes in the U.S?
Jeff Taylor appeared on Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo and discussed January’s new home sales results. Jeff also explained that even with the small uptick in new home sales the market is fighting two big issues: 1) wage growth remains stagnant and 2) there is a demand mismatch as baby boomers and millennials both seek to buy closer to the city, depleting inventory and leaving excess inventory in the suburbs. To learn more and find out what could impact home sales in our near future tune in now.
Recorded live on CNBC’s Closing Bell, Jeff Taylor explains why the housing market remains at a 10-year low, regardless of historically low interest rates. Amidst volatile oil prices and lack of discretionary income growth home purchases continues to stay flat. Tune in now to learn more about current trends impacting the housing market.
Jeff Taylor and panel guests discuss concerns regarding the housing market reactions to lower oil prices, the volatility in the bond market and is the first-time home buyer going to have a strong presence in 2015?
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Digital Risk’s Chief Analytics Officer, Tom Showalter talks about mortgage manufacturing risk in this radio interview.
Recorded live on Fox Business News, Jeff Taylor and Maria Bartiromo discuss interest rates, job growth and the housing market.
Interest rates are rising but this may actually have a positive impact on the housing market. These higher rates may create an opportunity for banks to assess risk differently, making it easier for consumers to acquire a loan.
On the CNBC Closing Bell Exchange Jeff Taylor, Digital Risk’s Managing Partner, discusses the state of job creation and how today’s job print may impact the Fed’s decision to hike rates. Employment rates slowly climb, but the average income rate is still much lower than it has been in the past. If rates do increase, how will the still recovering housing market react?
Jeff Taylor, on the Willis Report, discusses how current events have had an enormous impact on what’s driving the market today.
Global issues are making an immediate impact on US stock volatility, whereas slowly rising interest rates will eventually hurt the housing and corporate market.
Jeff explains how the 19% increase in new housing sales last month, indicating that Millennials are buying in the right areas of the country like San Francisco, Washington and Miami, proves buyers just have to be purchasing in the right areas to keep up with today’s fluctuating market.
Tune in now to watch Jeff and the panel discuss the current state of the market and how it could impact your business.
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Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on Fox Business Network
Record date: October 13, 2014
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