RERL-1500-Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Doug Duncan and SJREI Association founder, Geraldine Barry Help Us Understand the Economy and Housing Market

RERL-1500-Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Doug Duncan and SJREI Association founder, Geraldine Barry Help Us Understand the Economy and Housing Market

Truly understanding an economy can be tricky business especially when volatility begins showing up in a strong bull market. Today Joe is joined by Geraldine Barry, former founder and president of SJREI Association. Also in the studio is someone who knows the market better than most: Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae’s senior vice president and chief economist. Listen in to hear what our guests have to say about current market conditions and what the near future could bring. Specific topics include:

  • Current shape of housing market
  • Preparing for the future vs. the current economy
  • First time home buyers ability to enter the market
  • New real estate and lending technology
  • Exploring national markets

 

 

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