Molly Boesel is the principal economist in the office of the chief economist for CoreLogic, where she is responsible for analyzing and forecasting housing and mortgage market trends.
Throughout the past year, Boesel has been instrumental in the development of several key company data initiatives, including: the development of the new CoreLogic Loan Performance Insight Report, the research and development of the company’s recent 10- year retrospective analysis on the foreclosure crisis, projections of total mortgage volume based on HMDA data, the management and production of 40 original research blogs in 2016, and playing a leading role in client-focused webinars.
Boesel is a frequent speaker at leading industry events and contributor to several industry publications. She is one of the key go-to executives within the company for the media. Her original research blogs for the CoreLogic Insights blog are frequently picked up in national and trade publications and are leveraged as news pieces.
In addition, Boesel is part of an elite group at CoreLogic, the CoreLogic Women in Leadership Forum. The WIL Forum was launched in 2016 with the goal of advancing the development of high performing women into leadership roles of high impact and influence. She is also a mentor to new associates joining the office of the chief economist.
Boesel has more than 20 years of expertise in mortgage market analysis, model development and risk analysis in the housing finance industry, including previous work at both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.