Housing News Podcast: HousingWire’s Clayton Collins guest stars on the Mortgage Marketing Expert podcast

The Housing News Podcast is a weekly wrap of the top news stories by HousingWire CEO Clayton Collins.

Each week, HousingWire interviews financial services experts who can help make sense of the latest headlines, sponsored by our partners at Arch MI.

This week, we’re bringing you something special – our first-ever cross over bonus episode.

In this bonus episode, Collins sits down with Phil Treadwell, the vice president of development and regional manager at Mason-McDuffie, who also happens to be the host of fellow Industry Syndicate podcast the Mortgage Marketing Expert.

The two discuss Collins’ evolution within the mortgage industry, as well as HousingWire’s emergence as a top industry publication. Additionally, Treadwell and Collins touch base on some of the industry’s hottest topics, ranging from recession fear, mortgage rates, first-time homebuyers and more.

Here’s more detail on the topic of discussion this week:

Somewhere over the last 10 years, the word recession turned into a “dirty word” for aspirational homebuyers. As the word “recession” floods news headlines, people in the industry might know the current strength of the housing market, but for the people who aren’t eating, sleeping and breathing mortgage finance, it brings not-so-distant memories of the housing crisis.

And here is a link to the topic discussed:

1) How a possible recession is stopping young homebuyers — and what you can do to fix it
https://www.housingwire.com/articles/how-a-possible-recession-is-stopping-young-homebuyers-and-what-you-can-do-to-fix-it/

2) UBS: Fed may cut rate three times in 2020 https://www.housingwire.com/articles/ubs-fed-may-cut-rate-three-times-in-2020/

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