“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.” L.P. Hartley, The Go-Between (1953) November 29, 2021 | The peace of…
And in the meantime, we view the end of QE as a net negative for global stocks as well as crypto. Everything is correlated in a crowd.
To paraphrase our friend and fellow mortgage maven Rob Chrisman, ponder a 2022 lending market that’s 75% purchases and just 4.79 million uni
Over the next several years, as the economic cost of COVID becomes full visible, New York City may face its second financial crisis
The good news is that NRZ is growing and making strides in terms of asset creation and, especially, asset retention.
Risk to investors in the market for residential mortgages is rising and from multiple sources
Look for the FOMC to act early and go big in terms of forward repurchase agreements at the first sign of liquidity stress.
This week we speak with Stan Middleman, founder and CEO of Freedom Mortgage, about the US economy and the outlook for residential mortgages
Fact is, we are all staring at computers or handsets, all of which are connected to the internet.
Many of the better managed financials that we track have become sellers of assets rather than buyers in the past several months.