Holly Nguyen works for a major residential mortgage company and manages a portfolio of over 70 correspondent clients that include major banks, credit unions and mortgage companies. She has a keen interest in the real estate market, and having spent years in both the North and South and finally settled down in the West, Holly has accumulated first-hand experience in each real estate scene. She completed all three levels of the CFA Program and received her M.S. in Finance from Louisiana State University in 2014.
Zillow Group announced less than two weeks ago the return of Rich Barton to replace Spencer Rascoff as CEO of the online real estate titan amid the company's audacious pivot into mortgage lending and real estate flipping. The move is a transparent plan to calm investor nerves as the company embarks on its next phase of growth.
Well before Amazon announced its plans to pursue a second headquarters in Long Island City, the Queens neighborhood was among the fast-growing real estate markets of NYC. Major players in the real estate industry set their foot on the once-crumbling industrial neighborhood and secured millions of dollars to finance massive commercial and industrial projects. Yet, Amazon’s snafu announced last week still stunned the LIC real estate market.
Brickman takes to helm of one of the largest mortgage companies in the U.S. today, and while times at the government-sponsored enterprise are filled with uncertainty, Brickman sees nothing but excitement for the future of Freddie Mac.
When buying a home, many Americans consider a 20% down payment to be the norm, the ideal amount of money to put down to get a conventional mortgage with no private mortgage insurance and to keep monthly payments reasonably affordable.