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.

Wage Growth Stagnation and Depleted Urban Inventory Affect New Home Sales

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.

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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.”

Executive Hire

Digital Risk Names Dave Lucchino and Earl Smith to Top Leadership Team

Maitland, FL – December 8, 2014 – Digital Risk has named Dave Lucchino and Earl Smith, two executive leaders with extensive backgrounds in the mortgage industry, to the company’s leadership team, effective October 30th. Dave Lucchino will assume the role of Executive Vice President of Operations and report to President and Managing Partner Omar Quddus. Earl Smith will fulfill the role of Executive Vice President of Capital Markets and report to President and Managing Partner Omar Quddus, Managing Partner and Chief Business Development Officer Jeff Taylor, and Managing Partner Sesha Dhanyamraju.

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