The mortgage market is currently faced with a rising interest rate environment. Industry economists project a 40% drop in refi activity. Where will originators find purchase volume? What’s next for the housing economy? How will industry leaders adapt to current market conditions?
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Q & A: Hear from industry experts:
Darius Bozorgi, CEO, Veros
Darius will present an outlook for housing values for the remainder of the year.
President and chief executive officer for Veros Real Estate Solutions. Veros is a national leader in valuation technology, predictive analytics, and decision-support technology applications. Under Darius’ leadership, Veros has earned recognition as one of the top 25 mortgage technology companies by forging strategic alliances with Fortune 500 companies in the financial services and technology industries.
Chief Economist, Fannie Mae
Douglas will offer a housing-oriented outlook, a macro-economic view and he will speak to the benefits of Day 1 Certainty and its benefits for mortgage lenders.
As Fannie Mae’s senior vice president and chief economist. Douglas is responsible for providing all forecasts and analyses on the economy, housing, and mortgage markets for Fannie Mae. He also oversees corporate strategy and is responsible for strategic research regarding external factors and their potential impact on the company and the housing industry. He serves as the Chair of the Fannie Mae Corporate House Price Forecast Committee.
Chief Economist, Mortgage Bankers Association
Mike will provide an interest rate outlook and mortgage lending outlook.
MBA’s Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research and Industry Technology. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing MBA’s industry surveys, benchmarking studies, economic and mortgage originations forecasts, industry technology efforts, and policy development research for both single-family and commercial/multifamily markets.