2020 Housing Forecast: Lean into Lending

What does the future of housing hold for different generations of home buyers? The realtor.com 2020 housing forecast revealed that the U.S. housing market will continue to slow as inventory reaches historic lows and economic uncertainty prompts consumers to pull back on their spending. 

As Millennials continue to reach key life milestones, generational and cultural shifts will influence where and how people buy houses in the year to come and beyond, directly affecting mortgage lending.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join realtor.com Senior Economist George Ratiu and Opcity CEO Ben Rubenstein as they share insights into the trends and market shifts that are likely to affect lenders and how to position yourself and your business for success in this environment. 

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How Millennials and Generation X are expected to influence the mortgage market in the next 1-5 years.
  • Strategies and tactics for engaging these home buyers as they enter the market and/or upsize from their current home. 
  • What markets may benefit from cross-market demand and the growing trend of remote workforces. 
  • Tips for building professional relationships and networks to help today’s home buyers get from search to closing and help you build your business.

Date & Time: January 8th, 1pm CST

Company: Realtor.com

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