During its weekly sales meeting Wednesday, United Wholesale Mortgage President and CEO Mat Ishbia announced the end of its 1% down mortgage program. Ishbia said that while he is proud of the work the program accomplished, it needed to come to an end. Click the headline to read more.
Home » QE3 advocate Paul Krugman sits down with HousingWire
QE3 advocate Paul Krugman sits down with HousingWire
Princeton economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman recently advocated for a third round of economic stimulus.
According to Krugman, what is needed to revive the fledgling American economy is more economic juice from the Fed, making him the anti-hero of modern day deficit cutters.
Krugman, who certainly has his critics in the worlds of economics and politics, recently sat down with HousingWire to share his Keynesian-esque view.
HousingWire subscribers can view the magazine's full interview with Krugman in the July edition. Click here to subscribe now.
Kerri Ann Panchuk was the Online Editor of HousingWire.com, and regular contributor to HousingWire magazine. Kerri joined HousingWire as a Reporter in early 2011 and since earned a law degree from Southern Methodist University. She previously worked at the Dallas Business Journal.
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