Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Goldman Sachs economist predicts greater housing gains

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Goldman Sachs economist predicts greater housing gains

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University recently released their 2015 Report on Rental Housing, in which they reported that 49% of rental households are cost-burdened, meaning they spend more than 30% of their income on housing. These households struggle to save for a rainy day and pay other bills, such as food and healthcare.

SolarCity announces another investment fund with JPMorgan Capital One Bank announced $100 million in financing for a solar energy initiative. The bank, a unit of Capital One Financial (COF), will partner with SolarCity, based in San Mateo, Calif., to create an investment fund for the installation of residential solar power systems.

Maduro insiders ran a wide-scale corruption network they callously used to exploit Venezuela’s starving population.

Nonbank mortgage lender Caliber Home Loans announced on Thursday it has named Justin Lally. She’s a graduate of the University of North Texas..

2017 HW Vanguard: Brew Johnson In December 2018, Brew was also recognized in Comparably’s " Best CEO for Diversity" category, which was awarded based on the company’s ongoing commitment to diversity, inclusion and a positive work environment as core values. Brew is also the recipient of the 2017 HousingWire Vanguard Award.

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Goldman sachs economist predicts greater housing gains dsnews.com – There are over 800,000 mobile homes across Florida, according to estimates from the past two years. This is the largest number of mobile homes in any state across the United States.

Market is underestimating how far the funds rate is going, Goldman Sachs' chief economist It’s a new newsletter from The Washington Post that will land in your inbox before you reach for that first cup of coffee. It will bring you Washington. Treasury said.” – Goldman Sachs: U.S. could.

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Home purchases weak despite easing credit Monday Morning Cup of Coffee takes a look at news across HousingWire’s weekend desk, with more coverage to come on bigger issues. Last week Ed DeMarco, the former acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency , wrote in the Wall Street Journal that in his opinion.

Florida may relaunch rocket docket Published in Law360. The 2015 results are in, and the Eastern District of Virginia’s "Rocket Docket" had the fastest trial docket in the nation for the eighth straight year!

On Monday, the National Credit Union Administration announced that it collected 5 million from UBS to settle RMBS losses at two failed corporate federal credit unions. That brought RMBS recoveries collected on behalf of several failed corporate credit unions to $4.8 billion. On Wednesday, the NCUA reported another settlement reached.

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