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Rental Market Up 25% Jeff Taylor On CNBC Closing Bell

Learn how a decrease in the annual run rate of new jobs being created today are contributing to less expendable income for big ticket items and how this is impacting our industry. Also, earnings in the rental market are up over 25% as past supplies from 2009 and 2011 are coming into the market now. Jeff also predicts that even though mortgage litigations have tightened lending standards, as interests rates rise – the credit curve will loosen.

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on CNBC Closing Bell
Record date: August 29, 2014

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The Latest On Global Markets, Acquisitions, and Housing with Jeff Taylor On Fox Business

Digital Risk’s Managing Partner Jeff Taylor and J.P. Morgan’s Anastasia Amoroso discuss a variety of global topics on Fox Business’ Opening Bell. Unemployment rates are creeping down to 6% but hourly wages are not rising. Jeff explains that now is not the time to raise interest rates while the median income is not high enough for consumers to make big ticket purchases. The panel also discusses the industry impact of Zillow’s acquisition of Trulia.

Along with housing market news, tune in to hear about US Markets in relation to geopolitics, IPO window still open and investor appetite, PMI and undervalued real estate opportunity in Europe, acquisitions, and important news for this week’s stock market.

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Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on Fox Business
Record date: July 28, 2014

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Housing Market: Should We Blame Millenials?

Susannah Lee from TheStreet reports that the latest data shows the housing market is in an upswing, but despite the positive sentiment, not everyone is feeling good about the recovery. Managing partner, Jeff Taylor explains that some consumers are still concerned about job security and Millenials in particular have not come back to the market place. Millenials paying down their debt are also realizing that, because of historically low interest rates, their rent payment amount could be the same as a mortgage and we can expect to see them begin purchasing.

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on TheStreet
Record date: July 16, 2014

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Gauging the Consumer Through Housing-Market Health

Fox Business Network’s Opening Bell hosts Digital Risk’s Managing Partner Jeff Taylor, Fox contributor Scott Martin, and MRY CEO Matt Britton, who share their knowledge on a variety of topics affecting the housing market. The panel discussed how many Americans are deciding to rent instead of buy these days because of their negative outlook for the job market and while many regions have yet to recover, there are others that are experiencing hot markets because of influx of new technology companies.

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on Fox Business
Record date: June 23, 2014

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Housing Market On Track for 4.6 Million

Even with historically low interest rates, the housing market still has not recovered in the first time buyer segment. Jeff Taylor states that the market is down from 6 million last year but is still on track for 4.6 million home sales for 2014. With the inflation experienced from April to May on food and fuel, and the new transparency from the Feds, is added nervousness  contributing to a slower recovery?

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on CNBC
Record date: June 19, 2014

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Fannie and Freddie Involvement in the Housing Market

Hot debate over government involvement in the housing market.

How much should the government be involved in the housing market? Jeff Taylor talks about an opportunity for lenders with Fannie and Freddie to submit loans for quality control, resulting in zero repurchase risk. Will this involvement improve the state of the market as loans are guaranteed to be pristine?

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on CNBC
Record date: May 16, 2014

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Stock Trends and the Current State of the Housing Market

Jeff Taylor Discusses Stock Trends and the Current State of the Housing Market

Investors are switching their focus back onto legacy companies as confidence in new tech companies falters. Jeff Taylor discusses how tech companies are creating anxiety and investors need to feel more secure to enter back into the market. He mentions that the US Housing Market is also lagging due to fewer first time buyers.

Managing Partner, Jeff Taylor on Bloomberg Asia.
Record date: May 1, 2014

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